Science Cheerleader was founded by Darlene Cavalier, to unite the citizen’s desire to be heard and valued, the scientist’s growing interest in the public’s involvement, and government’s need to garner public support. The Science Cheerleader serves to get the conversation going, rally the troops, solicit views from all sides and change the tone of science and science policy in this country. Here's the website: http://www.sciencecheerleader.com/
SciStarter is science we can do together. Here's the website:
Maymay was really into making the bouncy ball and walked away with a pretty blue ball. She happily learned the science involved with making the ball, and loved getting new facts!
Nice job Franklin Institute!
These disks are wonderfully engaging and I'm looking forward to placing an order for my class as well as a set for home!
Here's the website: http://publicworkshop.us/buildit/
Colleen, thank you from the bottom of my heart.
2-24-2014 UPDATE: I spoke with someone from Drexel this evening. He assured me that he would pass along our experience with Colleen's coach, as well as the head AD. This makes me extraordinarily happy. Colleen deserves some serious recognition. I will always be grateful for her kindness.
Not only are these wonderful ladies former professional cheerleaders, but they are insanely talented STEM leaders too! What phenomenal role models!
Wendy graduated from Georgia Tech with a degree in biomedical engineering and is now in pursuit of a PhD at the University of California, Davis. Along the way, she's been a cheerleader for the Atlanta Falcons, Sacramento Kings and now the Oakland Raiders! What's next? She says she plans to graduate from medical school to become a reconstructive surgeon and help the military develop biological reconstructive technologies.
Yeah. She is a complete badass.