Jessica Dillard is a Science, Technology, and Culture senior with a minor in Women, Science, and Technology. She is interested primarily in the relations of science and gender, and plans to pursue graduate studies in this area in order to research and teach at the collegiate level. In addition to completing a senior thesis on gendered religious imagery in eighteenth-century science writing, Jessica has worked as a researcher for the History of Technology and Society program at Georgia Tech and for the forensic evidence collection on sexual assault at the University of Cincinnati. Her involvement in feminist activism at Georgia Tech includes performing in The Vagina Monologues and serving as president of the Women's Student Union. Jessica became involved with the Frankenstein Project as an extension on her research on gender and romanticism. She received a 2003 President's Undergraduate Research Award for her contributions to this project.




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