Some articles on domestic science, science, domestic:
... Saikyo University had at first two faculties the Faculty of Letters and Domestic Science (in Katsura Campus) / the Faculty of Agriculture (in Shimogamo. 1970 The Faculty of Letters and Domestic Science was reorganized into two faculties. 1977 The Faculty of Domestic Science was renamed Faculty of Living Science ...
... Catherine and Harriet both were leaders in the mid-19th century in talking about domestic science ... The Morrill Act of 1862 propelled domestic science further ahead as land grant colleges sought to educate farm wives in running their households as their husbands were being educated in agricultural methods and ... focus on applying scientific principles to domestic situations ...
... Perhaps the hard work and isolation of her youth inspired Adelaide to take up the cause of domestic reform years later ... (YWCA), a role she used to work towards the establishment of domestic science education, and taught classes in domestic science (home economics) ... In January of 1897, the Minister of Education asked Adelaide to write a textbook for Domestic Science courses ...
... as "hopeless" until she attended domestic science classes with a teacher called Miss Date who was particularly encouraging of her cooking abilities ... on to take a catering course at Bath College of Domestic Science, and a qualification from the French Le Cordon Bleu school at the age of 17 ... her field by Bath Spa University which incorporates the former Bath College of Domestic Science ...
Famous quotes containing the words science and/or domestic:
“It is not too much to say that next after the passion to learn there is no quality so indispensable to the successful prosecution of science as imagination. Find me a people whose early medicine is not mixed up with magic and incantations, and I will find you a people devoid of all scientific ability.”
—Charles Sanders Peirce (18391914)
“Let me obtain forgiveness of thee, Samson,
Afford me place to shew what recompence
Towards thee I intend for what I have misdone,
Misguided; only what remains past cure
Bear not too sensibly, nor still insist
To afflict thy self in vain: though sight be lost,
Life yet hath many solaces, enjoyd
Where other senses want not their delights
At home in leisure and domestic ease,”
—John Milton (16081674)