Bernie Sanders wife Under Federal Investigation Over Banking Fraud!!!!
The Justice Department was investigating the activities of the now-defunct Burlington College..While Its was still Open the college was run by Jane Sanders.....
Adriana Cavarero
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Debra Hamel
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Joan Breton Connelly
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Marjorie Lee Browne
Marjorie Lee Browne (September 9, 1914 – October 19, 1979) was a noted mathematics educator. She was one of the first African-American women to receive a doctorate in mathematics.
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Susan Mitchell
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Cornelia Meigs
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Lori Andrews
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Miriam Zach
Miriam Zach is a University of Florida professor and musicologist residing in Gainesville, Florida known for her work in the study of women composers. Zach's published works in the area of female com...
Evi Nemeth
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Carolyn See
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Cassandra B. Whyte
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Mary Parker Follett
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Hannah Higgins
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Sara Josephine Baker
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Ruth DeFries
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