Presented by Jane Garvey. Gifted lives: what happens when gifted children grow up? Nano scientist Ijeoma Uchegbu, Women and architecture, Goldman Sachs class action by women.
Presented by Jane Garvey. Gifted lives: what happens when gifted children grow up? Over a 35 year period, psychologist Joan Freeman recorded interviews with gifted and talented children, and monitored their progress as they grew up. What happens to a child when he or she is labelled as special in this way? And how best should a parent deal with a brilliant mind? The Visible in Stone online exhibition looks at how women's suffrage and trades union movements influenced architecture during the late 19th and early 20th centuries? Nano Scientist Professor Ijeoma Uchegbu talks about the work and we hear about three women who formerly worked for Goldman Sachs & Co. are suing the Wall Street firm for what they say is purposeful and institutional gender discrimination that unfairly favours men for pay and promotions.
Goldman Sachs Class Action
Three women who worked for Goldman Sachs are suing the Wall Street firm. Suzanne Goldberg, Prof of Law at Columbia University and former partner and MD at Goldman Sachs Jacki Zehner discuss.
Visible Stone: Online Exhibition
How the women’s suffrage and trades union movements influenced architecture during the late 19th and early 20th centuries? Historian Dr Cheryl Law and Rachel Hasted from English Heritage discuss.
Gifted Lives: What happens to the children when they grow up?
What happens to gifted and talented children when they grow up? Anna Markland and Jocelyn Lavin both former gifted children and the psychologist Joan Freeman discuss.
Professor Ijeoma Uchegbu
Ijeoma Uchegbu is Prof of Pharmaceutical Nanoscience. Her research explores how nano particles can be used to help deliver drugs to the body. She joins Jane to talk about the research.
- Mon 27 Sep 2010 10:00