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Connecting the Data Dots: Heather Mattie Studies, Teaches, and Lives Connection

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Welcome back to the Unsung Women’s Project! We’ll be highlighting amazing women in STEM, sharing the stories of all of the incredible, meaningful things women have done in their STEM careers that haven’t gotten the recognition they deserve. Dr. Mattie’s network science research interests include tie strength estimation and prediction for large-scale social networks and network data imputation. Her data …

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Wear All the Hats!: Melissa Chan Climbs Boulders and Saves the Earth

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Welcome back to the newest installment of the Unsung Women’s Project! We’ll be highlighting amazing women in STEM, sharing the stories of all of the incredible, meaningful things women have done in their STEM careers that haven’t gotten the recognition they deserve. Dr. Chan has over 15 years of experience in evaluating energy technology innovation to satisfy regulatory and policy …

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“I’m Interested in Everything”: Jennifer Livengood on Lifelong Learning

In Blog, Unsung Women's Project by Caroline Smith

Welcome back to the third installment of our newest blog series: the Unsung Women’s Project! We’ll be highlighting amazing women in STEM, sharing the stories of all of the incredible, meaningful things women have done in their STEM careers that haven’t gotten the recognition they deserve. Many consider Jennifer Livengood to be the next driving force in the instructional design …

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Decoding the Female Lung: Patricia Silveyra Researches How Air Quality Affects Us

In Blog, Unsung Women's Project by Caroline Smith

Welcome back to the third installment of our newest blog series: the Unsung Women’s Project! We’ll be highlighting amazing women in STEM, sharing the stories of all of the incredible, meaningful things women have done in their STEM careers that haven’t gotten the recognition they deserve. Dr. Patricia Silveyra is an Associate Professor and Director of the Biobehavioral Lab at …

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Data Whisperer: Jessica Milli Uses Economics to Help Women

In Blog, Unsung Women's Project by Caroline Smith

Welcome back to the latest of our newest blog series: the Unsung Women’s Project! We’ll be highlighting amazing women in STEM, by sharing the stories of all of the incredible, meaningful things women have done in their STEM careers that haven’t gotten the recognition they deserve. Jessica Milli is an economist and study director at the Institute for Women’s Policy …

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Immigrant, Inventor, Lifesaver: Rany Busold Talks Biofoam and More

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Welcome back to the third installment of our newest blog series: the Unsung Women’s Project! We’ll be highlighting amazing women in STEM, sharing the stories of all of the incredible, meaningful things women have done in their STEM careers that haven’t gotten the recognition they deserve. Rany Huynh Busold is the Senior Director of Clinical & Regulatory Affairs and Research …

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Drones that Stop Bullets: Leah La Salla Wants to Improve Policing

In Blog, Unsung Women's Project by Caroline Smith

Welcome back to the second installment of our newest blog series: the Unsung Women’s Project! We’ll be highlighting amazing women in STEM, sharing the stories of all of the incredible, meaningful things women have done in their STEM careers that haven’t gotten the recognition they deserve. Leah La Salla is a self-taught, polyglot software architect of Sicilian-Irish origins.  She spent …

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Talking Genetics and Authenticity with Janina Jeff

In Blog, Unsung Women's Project by Caroline Smith

Welcome to our newest blog series: the Unsung Women’s Project! We’ll be highlighting amazing women in STEM, sharing the stories of all of the incredible, meaningful things women have done in their STEM careers that haven’t gotten the recognition they deserve. Dr. Janina M. Jeff is a Human Geneticist and the first African American to graduate with a PhD in …