Dr. Cynthia Lee teaches computer science at Stanford University. Dr. Lee shares how young children (girls and boys) are equally interested in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM), but by the time they enter middle school that interest appears to undergo a change and the number of girls interested in STEM declines. She shares how she went through a similar phase and lost interest in math. Her reasoning was since she could solve the math problems quickly enough and slowly lost interest in the subject. Around high school she re-discovered her love for math and went on to do a PhD in computer science. Tune in to find out what else Dr. Lee has to share on the subject on Women in STEM.
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Dr. Rashmi Agarwal-Hashmi shares what are stem cells and what is stem cell therapy. She is Associate Prof & Medical Director, Pediatric Cell Transplant Program, Stanford Children’s Health. This is a highlight of a longer interview with Dr.Agarwal-Hashmi.
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What does a science writer do? We turned to Rina-Shaikh Lesko, who trained and worked as an epidemiologist and then switched gears and became a science writer. But, before becoming a science writer Shaikh-Lesko went back to school to study Science Communication from University of California Santa Cruz.
This interview is part of an upcoming longer interview with Shaikh-Lesko and is part of our Women in Science and Tech series.
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Our 9-part series on Women in Science, Technology and Business from Silicon Valley is airing on PBS College Station, TX on Sundays at 11.30 am CST. The first episode aired on Sunday, Aug 9, 2017 and the last episode airs on Sunday, September 3, 2017.
And, starting on Friday, Sept 8th the series will air on Sacramento’s PBS channel KVIE2 at 6.30 am PST. The last episode will air on Friday, Nov 3rd at 6.30 am PST.
Earlier in July, Austin’s PBS station KLRU aired one of the episodes from our Women in Science, Technology and Business series.
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