Re: Blind individuals in the science field. (fwd)

From: John Miller (
Date: Mon May 13 1996 - 08:54:22 PDT

>I saw this message, and I think we should send this teacher some
>encouraging E-Mail. We could set her up with a list member as a mentor.
>Forwarded message:
>> From owner-dvh-s@LISTSERV.ARIZONA.EDU Fri May 10 06:23:00 1996
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>> Reply-To: "Div. Visual Handicaps-Student Group" <DVH-S@listserv.Arizona.EDU>
>> Sender: "Div. Visual Handicaps-Student Group" <DVH-S@listserv.Arizona.EDU>
>> From: "Belinda R. Gieringer" <gier8807@KUTZTOWN.EDU>
>> Subject: Blind individuals in the science field.
>> To: Multiple recipients of list DVH-S <DVH-S@LISTSERV.ARIZONA.EDU>
>> To When It May Concern,
>> I am a vision teacher of a gifted, blind 7th grade student, who is
>> seriously interested in a career in physics or the space program. I am
>> looking for a visually impaired person who has a career these fields, who
>> can be a mentor for this student. This student, (and myself), have many
>> questions about how to handle the math and visual science demands she
>> will need to adapt. Any information will be greatly appreciated.
>> Thanks,
>> Tina Hertzog
>> Governor Mifflin School District
>> Reading, Pennsylvania

This is a good find.
I am delighted to answer this student's questions
and 3 people come to mind who could act as a mentor.

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