Mary K. Gaillard visits Fermilab

On April 13, Mary K. Gaillard, a theoretical physicist, professor at the University of California, Berkeley and senior scientist at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, presented at a Fermilab colloquium about her experiences as a woman in physics and about the physics developments she witnessed and participated in. Afterwards, she held a book signing of her autobiography, A Singularly Unfeminine Profession: One Woman’s Journey in Physics, in the Library.

On April 13, Mary K. Gaillard, a theoretical physicist, professor at the University of California at Berkeley and senior scientist at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, presented at a Ferrmilab colloquium about her experiences as a woman in physics and about the physics developments she witnessed and participated in. Afterwards, she held a book signing of her autobiography, A Singularly Unfeminine Profession: One Woman’s Journey in Physics, in the Library. Photo: Cindy Arnold

On April 13, theoretical physicist Mary K. Gaillard presented at a Fermilab colloquium. Photo: Cindy Arnold