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Celebrating Women in STEM: Dr. Mine Çetinkaya-Rundel

Editor's note: 'University News' would like to thank the author, Madalyn Weston, for the 66 articles that she has contributed to the Celebrating Women...

Celebrating Women in STEM: Tara Astigarraga

The International Business Machines Corporation (IBM) has been a leader in technology since 1911. It developed its first computer with Harvard University in 1944,...

Celebrating Women in STEM: Kotchakorn Voraakhom

Happy Earth Week, UMKC! Our usual events have been canceled, but it’s still been an interesting month for the planet. While cities around the...

Celebrating Women in STEM: Dr. Izzy Jayasinghe

The heart is a necessary and interesting requirement for human life. The size of an adult fist and weighing around one pound, the heart...

Celebrating Women in STEM: Vanessa Galvez

Hurricanes are one of the most feared natural disasters. Though rated by wind power, hurricane waters are far more dangerous. According to the National...

Celebrating Women in STEM: Dr. Neena Gupta

Mathematics is an exciting and competitive field. Though it’s been around for centuries, the many unsolved problems continue to allow for creative and innovative...

Celebrating Women in STEM: Dr. Chavonda Jacobs-Young

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) was founded in 1862 under President Abraham Lincoln. At the time, around half of all Americans lived on...

Celebrating Women in STEM: Sue Siegel

General Electric (GE) was founded in 1892 with the merger of the Edison General Electric Company and the Thomas-Houston Electric Company. Since then, it...

Celebrating Women in STEM: Dr. Nancy Dickey

The American Medical Association (AMA) is the largest organization of physicians and medical students in the United States. Founded in 1847, the AMA’s responsibilities...

Celebrating Women in STEM: Khanara Ellers

 Dwarf planets have been on everyone's mind since the demotion of Pluto in 2006, but there is another dwarf planet much closer to home:...
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