2019 | USA | 20 MIN | World Premiere

Shorts Program 1: Look Up!
Thursday, April 11 / 6:00PM / Alamo Drafthouse 7 

Before the acronym STEM even existed, Pauline Beery Mack, Texas Woman’s University professor in the 1950’s – 1970’s, pioneered in the quest for knowledge in science, technology and statistical research. Her advances in bone density studies provided NASA invaluable information for manned spaceflight, earning Mack a Silver Snoopy award presented by Astronaut Jim Lovell in 1970, a time when women scientists were rarely recognized among their male peers. 

Director: Susan Carol Davis (in attendance)
Language: English



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