My name is Massimilla Baldo Ceolin, but everyone calls me Milla. Although I was small and slender, I made myself useful in an environment, that in my time, was exclusively held by males. I graduated with a degree in physics in 1952 and it was a subject studied almost exclusively by men and, in 1963, I was the first woman at the University of Padua to obtain a Professorship! Well, it was very gratifing and the first of many other successes! My studies focused many on energy particles such as neutrinos and K mesons.
Of awards, I have several, even a gold Medal of Merit for Culture and Art! And I’ve traveled a lot, I wasn’t always locked in my studio! I shared my research and my studies with my husband Carlo, and we went to concerts, exhibitions, and walking in the mountains was one of our passions! In Padua, we had fun inviting friends to chat about various topics because there were so many with our same interests! In short, I did not have a boring life!
Color the drawing
Here I am with my husband in Asiago where there is the splendid astronomical observatory, but it’s all in black and white! Help me to colour in the drawing.
Find the intruder
Here I am surrounded by my passions but an intruder keeps peeps into the drawing, can you manage to find him?