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Celebrating women in STEM: Amanda R. Simpson

There are many ways to serve your country. For some, service in one of the five branches of the U.S. military is the best...

Celebrating women in STEM: Dr. Nitza Margarita Cintrón

When you think of NASA, you probably think of an astronaut heading for the International Space Station, or a classic “nerd” doing calculations for...

Celebrating Women in STEM: Dr. Alexandra Jones

Nearly everyone who's seen Indiana Jones has pondered what a career in archeology would be like. Fortunately for us, there is a very real...

Celebrating Women in STEM: Ayah Bdeir

From the time we’re young, we love to create. A booming toy industry has developed to encourage this joy; Lincoln Logs have been a...

Celebrating Women in STEM: Dr. Fan Chung

Have you ever wondered how many different ways your life could have turned, if you made one or two different choices? Math has you...

Celebrating Women in STEM: Hilary Haley

Happy Earth Week, UMKC! This week, we’re bringing attention to one of the smallest organisms to face casualties of climate change: the humble bee....

Celebrating Women in STEM: Dr. Rita Levi-Montalcini

What do you do when things get tough? How do you find a way to pursue your dream in the face of adversity? One...

Celebrating Women in STEM: Kamilah Taylor

Women of color account for roughly 18 percent of the U.S. population, but less than 10 percent of bachelor’s degrees earned in computing, and...

Celebrating Women in STEM: Dr. Donna Nelson

The AMC series “Breaking Bad” was one of the most-watched cable shows of 2013, winning 16 Primetime Emmy Awards and two Golden Globes....

Celebrating Women in STEM: Dr. Susana López Charretón

Worldwide, rotavirus is the leading cause of diarrhea in children under the age of 5 and was responsible for an estimated 215,000 deaths in...
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