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  • #AAASmember Hannah Careys desire to be a scientist was "innate." She originally wanted to be a veterinarian, but said she should have known better when, even as a little girl spending time with friends on the Long Island Sound, she caught killifish to "play veterinarian" and promptly cut them open to see what was inside. Now, as a professor of comparative biosciences in the School of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Wisconsin in Madison, she's investigating whether the microbes that live in the guts of hibernating animals might play a role in helping their hosts accomplish their amazing adaptation. http://bit.ly/2BA99HQ
  • #AAASmember Melody Mobley, the United States first black female forester, volunteers with the AAAS STEM Volunteer Program to inspire elementary school students. It makes me feel good....I love helping people. I love to give and I always have, Mobley said. And I truly want to make a difference in the world. I know I cant change the whole world by myself, but if everybody did one thing, it would make a difference. http://bit.ly/2Be5j9A
  • #AAASmember Michael Frank is the Science Instructional Team Lead at Empire High School near Tucson, Arizona. His primary classes are biology and physics, though he has taught almost every other science class at one time or another. He is in his 16th year of teaching, sponsors the Science Olympiad team, and has won awards including Arizonas Teacher of the Year and a Presidential Award for Excellence in Math and Science Teaching. He said, "I am very proud of the fact that many of my students say they are going into a STEM field because of the experiences I helped them have." http://bit.ly/2B8NKIh
  • AAAS and 65+ other science and engineering societies are urging the conference committee considering the #taxbill to resist provisions that would render graduate education less affordable. Read the full statement here - http://bit.ly/2BWN7ip

#AAASmember Hannah Careys desire to be a scientist was "innate." She originally wanted to be a veterinarian, but said she should have known better when, even as a little girl spending time with friends on the Long Island Sound, she caught killifish to "play veterinarian" and promptly cut them open to see what was inside. Now, as a professor of comparative biosciences in the School of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Wisconsin in Madison, she's investigating whether the microbes that live in the guts of hibernating animals might play a role in helping their hosts accomplish their amazing adaptation. http://bit.ly/2BA99HQ

#AAASmember Melody Mobley, the United States first black female forester, volunteers with the AAAS STEM Volunteer Program to inspire elementary school students. It makes me feel good....I love helping people. I love to give and I always have, Mobley said. And I truly want to make a difference in the world. I know I cant change the whole world by myself, but if everybody did one thing, it would make a difference. http://bit.ly/2Be5j9A

#AAASmember Michael Frank is the Science Instructional Team Lead at Empire High School near Tucson, Arizona. His primary classes are biology and physics, though he has taught almost every other science class at one time or another. He is in his 16th year of teaching, sponsors the Science Olympiad team, and has won awards including Arizonas Teacher of the Year and a Presidential Award for Excellence in Math and Science Teaching. He said, "I am very proud of the fact that many of my students say they are going into a STEM field because of the experiences I helped them have." http://bit.ly/2B8NKIh

AAAS and 65+ other science and engineering societies are urging the conference committee considering the #taxbill to resist provisions that would render graduate education less affordable. Read the full statement here - http://bit.ly/2BWN7ip

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