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Share + Connect is a place for people interested in S.T.E.M. to share their thoughts, ideas, and advice. A place where you can connect to like-minded individuals in various S.T.E.M. fields and learn about the different aspects in S.T.E.M. Join the conversation. If you want to be a For Girls in Science Blogger, contact us at forgirlsinscience@gmail.com.
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Category: Science
Posted on: 12/17/2013
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For Girls In Science caught up with 2008 L’Oréal USA For Women In Science Fellow Dr. Sara Anton. We asked her what is one thing in your life that you could not get through the day without? 1.    How can students prepare themselves for professional careers in STEM? Studying (that is, knowing all the...
Category: General
Posted on: 12/10/2013
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For Girls In Science caught up with 2006 L’Oréal USA For Women In Science Fellow Dr. Dr. Antonina Roll-Mecak. We asked her what drives her to succeeed.  1.       What advice would you give young girls who like science but think it is too hard or just for boys. Do what you love.  If you love...
Category: General
Posted on: 12/03/2013
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For Girls In Science caught up with 2006 L’Oréal USA For Women In Science Fellow Dr. Michele Povinelli, Assistant Professor at the University of Souther California's Viterbi School of Engineering and WiSE Jr. Gabilan Chair. We asked her a what she thought was the greatest discovery of the past 100 years.  1.   How can...
Category: Science
Posted on: 11/22/2013
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For Girls In Science caught up with 2006 L’Oréal USA For Women In Science Fellow Dr. Stacy Philpott, Associate Professor & Alfred & Ruth Heller Chair in Agroecology at University of California Santa Cruz. We asked her a what the one thing she couldn't get through the day without. 1.       What advice would you give...
Category: Engineering
Posted on: 11/19/2013
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For Girls In Science caught up with 2006 L’Oréal USA For Women In Science Fellow Dr. Anne McNeil, a professor of chemistry and macromolecular science and engineering at the University of Michigan . We asked her a few questions about STEM and found out what she thinks is the greatest discovery of the past...
Category: General
Posted on: 11/12/2013
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For Girls In Science caught up with 2005 L’Oréal USA For Women In Science Fellow Dr. Stacey Halpern, a biology proffessor and ecologist at Pacific University. We asked her a few questions about STEM and found out what she thinks is the coolest part of her job.  1.       What advice would you...
Category: General
Posted on: 11/07/2013
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For Girls In Science caught up with 2010 L'Oréal USA For Women In Science Fellow Dr. Marisa Nia Madison, a microbioligist at the University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine. We asked her a few questions about STEM and what values drive her to succeed.  1.   What advice would you give young girls...
Category: Engineering
Posted on: 10/08/2013
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For Girls In Science caught up with 2004 L’Oréal USA For Women In Science Fellow Dr. Karen Menuz and talked with her about being a woman in science today.  1. What advice would you give young girls who like science but think it is too hard or just for boys. It's not...
Category: Science
Posted on: 10/02/2013
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For Girls In Science had a chance to chat with EcoHealth Alliance's Luciana Mendiola, an Assistant Research Scientist with EcoHealth Alliance from June 2011 through September 2013 and now a Staff Research Associate at the University of California, San Francisco. We asked her a few questions about STEM and how she got the cool job...
Category: Science
Posted on: 09/25/2013
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For Girls In Science caught up with 2006 L'Oréal USA For Women In Science Fellow Dr. Anne Carpenter. The aptly named Carpenter Lab at the Broad Institute is lead by Dr. Carpenter. The lab develops advanced methods and software tools to quantify and mine rich information present in cellular images to yield...
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