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  • 'Girls on Transparent' Podcast: Judith Light Says "I've Never Had This Kind of Attention"

    01/29/16 ,via Hollywood Reporter

    "We were a bona fide hit with the public, with the fans, but we were not critics' darlings by any means," Judith Light recalls of Who's The Boss, the gender role-reversing ABC sitcom that she starred in with Tony Danza and made her a household name in

  • Speaking Pfefferman with Transparent's Jeffrey Tambor, Judith Light and Kathryn Hahn

    01/12/16 ,via Paste Magazine

    “There were only four people in that entire building when we filmed that scene,” Judith Light says, when I ask her about one of the most surprising and most important things I saw on TV in 2015—her character's orgasmic “bathy time” event with Maura.


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  • Nanoscience Education, Workforce Training, and K-12 Resources

    CRC Press. 2010. ISBN: 1420053973,9781420053975. 341 pages.

    The nanotech revolution waits for no man, woman...or child. To revitalize science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) performance, the U.S. educational system requires a practical strategy to better educate students about nanoscale science and engineering research. This is particularly important in grades K–12, the effective gestation point for future ideas and information. Optimize your use of free resources from the National Science Foundation The first book of its kind, Nanoscience Education, Workforce Training, and K–12 Resources promotes nano-awareness in both the public and private sectors, presenting an overview of the current obstacles that must be overcome within the complex U.S. educational system before any reform is possible. It’s a race against time—and other countries—and the fear is that U.S. students could lag behind for decades, with ineffective teaching and learning methods handicapping their ability to compete globally. Focusing on the application of new knowledge, this concise and highly readable book explores the transdisciplinary nature of nanoscience and its societal impact, also addressing workforce training and risk management. Illustrating the historical perspective of the complexity of K–12 education communities, it defines nanotechnology and evaluates pertinent global and national landscapes, presenting examples of successful change within them. This book is composed of four sections: Foundations—addresses the national educational matrix, exploring the scientific and social implications associated with the delay in adopting nanoscience education in public schools Teaching Nanotechnology—discusses the critical process of teaching K–12 students the skills to understand and evaluate emerging technologies they will encounter Nanoscience Resources and Programs—provides a wide overview of the resources offered by funded outreach programs from universities with nanoscience centers Framework Applied—analyzes the structure of national government programs and skill level recommendations for nanoeducation from the National Nanotechnology Initiatives This book offers plans of action and links to sustainable (largely free) development tools to help K–12 students acquire the skills to understand and evaluate emerging technologies. Promoting a holistic teaching approach that encompasses all aspects of science, the authors strive to help readers implement change so that decisions about resources and learning are no longer made "from the top down" by policymakers, but rather "from the bottom up" by teachers, parents, and students at the local level. Akhlesh Lakhtakia, one of the contributors to this volume, was recently featured on CNN in a discussion on solar energy.

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  • UAE charity helps light up Sri Lankan orphanage

    02/04/16 ,via KhaleejTimes

    It was a picture worth a thousand words: a small, three years old girl, curling on Judith's lap, holding her tight. Looking at it again, Judith gets all choked up! "Her name is Seyoni and she is the youngest child at the orphanage. Her parents were drug ...

  • 'Spotlight' wins big at SAG Awards

    01/31/16 ,via Toronto Sun

    ALEXANDRA BILLINGS / Davina Rejennae CARRIE BROWNSTEIN / Syd Feldman JAY DUPLASS / Josh Pfefferman KATHRYN HAHN / Raquel Fein GABY HOFFMANN / Ali Pfefferman CHERRY JONES / Leslie Mackinaw AMY LANDECKER / Sarah Pfefferman JUDITH LIGHT / Shelly Pfefferman ...

  • Celebrity Birthdays for the Week of Feb. 7-13

    02/02/16 ,via ABC News

    Singer Barbara Lewis is 73. Actor Joe Pesci is 73. Actress Mia Farrow is 71. Singer Joe Ely is 69. Actress Judith Light is 67. Saxophonist Dennis "DT" Thomas of Kool and the Gang is 65. Country singer Travis Tritt is 53. Actress Julie Warner ("Nip/Tuck ...


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Judith Light was recently nominated for a Golden Globe and Critics Choice Award for her role of Shelly Pfefferman in Amazon Prime’s Golden Globe and Critics Choice ...

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Judith Ellen Light (born February 9, 1949) is an American actress and producer. She is a two-time Tony Award winner. Light made her professional stage debut in 1970 ...

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Judith Light was born February 9, 1949 in Trenton, New Jersey to Pearl Sue and Sidney Light. Judith later graduated from St. Mary's Hall-Doane Academy in ...

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Judith Light is perhaps best known for playing beautiful put-together businesswoman Angela Bower on the '80s sitcom Who's the Boss?, and in real life she's made a ...

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