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#WCWinSTEM: Dr. Keturah Odoi

This week’s #WCWinSTEM is Dr. Keturah Odoi, a chemist interested in understanding the epigenetic role of proteins in cancer development. As compiled by Chrystelle Vilfranc This interview has been edited for length and clarity. Tell us a little bit about yourself: I was born in Ghana, West Africa and moved to Oklahoma when I was […]

#WCWinSTEM: Ashley Nealy, M.S.

This week’s #WCWinSTEM is Ashley Nealy, Web Team Lead for the United States Department of Treasury. As compiled by Chrystelle Vilfranc Ashley Nealy graduated cum laude and with honors from Kennesaw State University in May 2010 with her Bachelor’s of Science in Information Systems. The following spring, Nealy received her Master’s of Science in Information […]

#WCWinSTEM: Nicole M. Joseph, Ph.D.

This week’s #WCWinSTEM is Dr. Nicole M. Joseph, an assistant professor at Vanderbilt University. As compiled by Chrystelle Vilfranc Dr. Nicole M. Joseph is an assistant professor of mathematics and science education in the department of Teaching and Learning at Vanderbilt University and was a 2014-2015 National Academy of Education/Spencer Post-Doctoral Fellow. Her research interests […]

#WCWinSTEM: Nadya Mason, Ph.D.

This week’s #WCWinSTEM is Dr. Nadya Mason, experimental physicist. As compiled by Chrystelle Vilfranc Our #WCWinSTEM is Dr. Nadya Mason, full professor in the Department of Physics at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Mason received her bachelor’s degree in physics from Harvard University in 1995. She then completed her doctorate from Stanford University in […]

#WCWinSTEM: Mareena R. Snowden

This week’s #WCWinSTEM is Mareena Robinson Snowden, PhD candidate at MIT. As compiled by Chrystelle Vilfranc Our #WCWinSTEM is Mareena R. Snowden. She is a Miami native who “thrives in environments where diverse perspectives and skill-sets are valued.” As a strong supporter of historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs), Snowden received her B.S. in physics […]