Women In Science, 250 Years, Interview with Grace Costantino
Smithsonian Associates, Interview Series
Grace Costantino began her career at the Smithsonian Libraries in 2008 as a Digital Services Intern, working to help develop the Smithsonian Research Online Repository. From August 2008-January 2012, she served as a BHL Librarian at the Smithsonian Library.
As part of our Smithsonian Associates partnership program, our guest today, Grace Costantino is one of the new breed of federal government employee: young, digitally savvy, and excited about her work. Grace Costantino is also an award winning leader among her peers, teaching, tutoring, and communicating in support of the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History. Grace Costantino is truly talented, and it’s a pleasure to hear from her.
Ms Costantino will be speaking at the Smithsonian Associates program, titled The Rise of Women In Science: 250 Years of Trailblazers, along with Wayne State University science historian, Marsha Richmond, July 10, at the Ripley Center, Washington DC, and we’ll have links up to Grace Costantino’s impressive bio, her web sites, her books and articles, etc., but she’s here with us today. As all Not Old Better audience are trailblazers, on our path’s to reinvention, we’re interested in and committed to learning and other’s who have blazed trails. Certainly, Grace Costantino is a trailblazer, and you’ll love this interview. Join me in welcoming today via SKYPE to The Not Old Better Show, Smithsonian Associates Art Of Living series, Grace Costantino.
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