Ada Lovelace’s 200th Birthday party at Glasgow Women’s Library 10 Dec 2015

To celebrate the 200th birthday of Ada Lovelace, the inventor of computer programming, the Glasgow Women’s Library is delighted to invite you to this event at which we will the launch of a brand new library section of books about women in science engineering technology and maths (STEM).

The guest of honour will be Professor Tracey Howe, of the Glasgow City of Science project, who will formally open the new section.

The new section is dedicated to Ada Lovelace and Victoria Drummond, a Scot who became the first female ship’s engineer. The section has been sponsored by Dr Nina Baker and the books are the combined donations of her own collection and that of Dr Rosa Michaelson. We believe this collection to be nationally significant and contains many rare items not otherwise available in the UK.

Venue: Glasgow Women’s Library, Bridgeton

Date: Thursday 10th December 2015
Time: 3-5pm

There will be cake!

RSVP as soon as possible please to nina.baker1@btinternet.com

As the library is open to the public at this time, numbers for this event have to be limited so it would be helpful to know if you cannot come, in case someone else would like your place.

Regards
Nina Baker, PhD, BSc

Engineering Historian and Consultant on Gender Diversity in STEM