In October 2020, Sciographies host David Barclay teamed up with the Open Dialogue Live series to interview Dalhousie alum Kathryn Sullivan (PhD’78, LLD’85) on Facebook Live. Dr. Sullivan is a former NASA astronaut and was the first American woman to complete a spacewalk in 1984. She made history again earlier this year when she became the first woman to travel down to Challenger Deep, the deepest known point of the ocean.
If you missed the livestreamed event back in October, tune in now. Dr. Barclay and Dr. Sullivan discuss her early life and career, as well as her incredible journeys to space and the depths of the ocean. Dr. Sullivan also takes questions from the audience.
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