A Virginia-based middle school has been renamed after NASA trailblazer Katherine Johnson.
Katherine Johnson, the pioneering NASA mathematician and HBCU graduate who was depicted in the hit movie, "Hidden Figures," has died at the age of 101.
NASA mathematicians Katherine Johnson, Dorothy Vaughan, Mary Jackson, and Dr. Christine Darden will receive Congressional Gold Medals.
NASA pioneers Katherine Johnson, Dr. Christine Darden and the late Mary Jackson and Dorothy Vaughan have been nominated for Congressional Gold Medals.
West Virginia State University will create a bronze statue and scholarship fund in honor of NASA’s Katherine Johnson.
Lego is set to release a product honoring the African-American female pioneers of NASA’s space program to foster an interest in STEM.
NASA's new research center is named for a Black woman who was the focus of the blockbuster Hollywood film "Hidden Figures."
Hidden Figures took home the award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture at the SAG Awards on Sunday.
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