Highlighting Women in STEM: Week 7

Happy #WomenInSTEM Friday #sciencetwitter! This week I'm highlighting volcanologist and natural hazards-enthusiast @jessphoenix2018 and microbiologist @Napaaqtuk, who works hard to make science more accessible to native populations. #scicomm

Highlighting Women in STEM: Week 6

Week 6 of my #WomenInSTEM 2019 resolution! Today I'm highlighting neuropsychologist @DrRiveraMindt and snow leopard researcher @biologistimo. Each week I look forward to learning about the incredible women nominated for this resolution, and then sharing with all of you. #scicomm

Highlighting Women in STEM: Week 3

Today for my #WomenInSTEM initiative I'm featuring #mammalogists and #scicomm advocates Katie Hinde and Danielle N. Lee. These women are doing important work that combines science, human health, public policy, science policy... I could go on. Check it out!

Your Brain On Christmas

Originally posted in Psychology Today December 24, 2018 As a kid I would start my Christmas countdown in July. To this day my parents remind me of my elementary school age “post-Christmas meltdowns.” On December 26th they often found me in tears, lamenting the hundreds of days that stood between me and next year’s Christmas… [Continued... Continue Reading →

Highlighting Women in STEM: Week 1

One of my New Year resolutions is to bring more attention to all of the amazing female scientists and science communicators out there. I'll highlight 2 each week of 2019. This week: Jen Heemstra and Malika Jeffries-EL  

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