Episode 24: Lions and Tigers and (Dire) Wolves, Oh my

Episode 24: Lions and Tigers and (Dire) Wolves, Oh my

We’re back and excited to drop some (STEM) knowledge. Did you know that dire wolves are real? Seriously. We’re still kind of in shock about it. Also, Saber-toothed Tigers are…

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Scotland, och aye – Travels with Mumu

Greetings from Scotland! Nessie also says hello. I’m spending the week in Edinburgh for INCOSE 2016, an international symposium on systems engineering. (And already looking forward to next year’s conference in Australia.)…

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A night at the (Air and Space) Museum

There are some opportunities that are too good to turn down. Celebrating the National Air and Space Museum’s 40th anniversary with a late night wander through the exhibits is definitely one…

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Episode 23: My (Hominin) Hips Don’t Lie

Hey ‘Scopers, we’re back with a brand new anthropology-centric episode! Dr. Caroline Van Sickle, postdoctoral fellow in feminist biology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, joins us for an in-depth discussion about…

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On the runway: Traveling the world with a solar-powered airplane

Just a year ago, I graduated from Virginia Tech with my degree in electrical engineering and now I am in Phoenix, AZ with Solar Impulse, a 326 ft. wingspan solar-powered airplane,…

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(Micro)bio – Meet Paige Kassalen

Happy Tuesday, ‘Scopers! Take five minutes to learn all about Paige Kassalen. She’s a super awesome electrical engineer from Virginia Tech who’s now working at Covestro (formerly Bayer MaterialScience).

When it comes to STEM, how are we training our sons?

When it comes to STEM, how are we training our sons?

We talk a lot about how to encourage young women to join and stay in STEM. Many amazing organizations, like Girls Who Code and the National Girls Collaborative Project, promote and develop women…

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Episode 22: On the Origin of (Modern Chin) Species

I know I say every episode is great. But this one really, really, really is. Our guest today is Jill Scott, a Ph.D. candidate from the University of Iowa in…

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(Micro)bio – Meet Karen Panetta

Time for another installment in our (micro)bio series! Three minutes is all it takes to learn about Dr. Karen Panetta, associate dean for graduate education at Tufts University, and founder of Nerd Girls.

5 podcasts on Lindsay’s playlist

5 podcasts on Lindsay’s playlist

I spend a lot of time telling you why you should listen to our latest interview, and for good reason! But we figured it was time for me to tell you what…

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