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Mattel Inc. hide caption New Barbies honor six women in health care who have been on the front lines in the fight against COVID-19. British vaccinologist Sarah Gilbert now has a new accolade: It's a one-of-a-kind Barbie doll made in her image. The Oxford University professor helped lead the development of the Oxford/AstraZeneca coronavirus vaccine. Last month, she was given a damehood, and now, she shares her hairstyle, professional wardrobe and dark-rimmed glasses with Mattel Inc's new doll. Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine co-developer Sarah Gilbert is honored with a Barbie doll. Gilbert's Barbie shares the scientist's long auburn hair, oversized black glasses and wears a navy blue pantsuit and white blouse https://t.co/fMICB5rcKr pic.twitter.com/2tgDNjahua Gilbert told The Guardian she first found Mattel's recognition "very strange" but hopes it inspires other young women around the world to work in science, technology, engineering and mathematics careers (STEM). "I am passionate about inspiring the next generation of girls into STEM careers and hope that children who see my Barbie will realize how vital careers in science are to help the world around us," she said. "My wish is that my doll will show children careers they may not be aware of, like a vaccinologist." Tree Scientist Inspires Next Generation ... Through Barbie Gilbert is one of the six women Mattel Inc has recognized as role models in the fight against COVID-19. According to the toymaker , the five other honorees are U.S. health care workers Dr. Audrey Sue Cruz and emergency room nurse Amy O'Sullivan, Canadian doctor and advocate against systemic racism in health care Chicka Stacy Oriuwa, Brazilian biomedical researcher Dr. Jaqueline Goes de Jesus and Australian doctor and protective gown developer Kirby White. "Barbie recognizes that all frontline workers have made tremendous sacrifices when confronting the pandemic and the challenges it heightened," said Lisa McKnight, senior vice president and global head of Barbie and Dolls at Mattel. "To shine a light on their efforts, we are sharing their stories." She added that she hopes the new launch "inspires the next generation to take after these heroes." Sarah Gilbert, co-developer of the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine against COVID-19, has been honored with a Barbie doll in her image. Steve Parsons/PA Images via Getty Images hide caption Sarah Gilbert, co-developer of the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine against COVID-19, has been honored with a Barbie doll in her image. The Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine co-developer has been producing and testing vaccines for over a decade, according to her Oxford University profile . And just last month, the now widely available vaccine set a distribution milestone of 1 billion doses. As of this year, only 35% of STEM students are women , according to STEM Women, a U.K.

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Harrisburg School released from special state audits Even so, officials said Tuesday that the turnaround of the district’s broken budget and business operations creates a sound foundation for the rest of the school improvement plan to be built on. State Education Department auditors completed their own a special audit of Harrisburg schools in 2019, in which they found more than $5 million in potentially questionable costs over the prior three years, including overpayments to employees, contracted vendors and the superintendent, among other problems. Among the issues found were the erroneous continuation of free continuous free health benefits to 132 terminated employees, representing a loss of more than $800,000, and the potential payment of more than $900,000 to substitute staffing services for work that wasn’t performed. As a sign of the district’s transformed operating systems, Celmer on Tuesday pointed to swing in 2019-20 from a projected $3 million budget deficit to an actual year-end surplus of $2 million. “That five million dollar swing had to do with tightening processes and procedures; having an experienced business manager build the budget the way it should be built,” Celmer said. “And once you’re in a position where you can have the confidence in those numbers, then you can start operating in a mode where you’re looking out, where you are looking to towards the future and not necessarily always in the rearview mirror. When we talk about academics and how to move the district forward, Mr. (Eric) Turman coming in as new superintendent... he has confidence now in the numbers that he’s being presented for decision-making. “I think that’s really the switch that has been made,” Celmer said. Turman, hired earlier this year, took office July 1. The real-time audits conducted by the auditor general’s staff began in 2019, after then-Auditor General Eugene DePasquale learned that district officials refused to cooperate with the special audit being conducted by the state Department of Education. DePasquale’s 2019 announcement also came just eight days after officials at the state department filed its petition with the Court of Common Pleas to  t ake control of the Harrisburg School District  by forcing it into receivership amid chronic educational and financial underperformance. DeFoor succeeded the term-limited DePasquale as auditor general this year. The latest chapter of the audits focused on Harrisburg schools’ management of outside contractors, after the 2019 PDE audit found in one sampling of 16 service contracts that the district had collectively overpaid board-approved contract amounts by $210,000 as a result of poor monitoring. DeFoor said the receiver’s team has responded by limiting all new contracts to one year to ensure that each provider’s performance is being evaluated at least annually, and bringing some more services in-house.

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