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Tag: Women in Science
A student in one of the very first STEM Divas classes, held on campus at Northern Illinois University and facilitated by STEM Outreach, works with her Doodler 3D printer pen to create 3-dimensional jewelry.
Pettee Guerrero is the embodiment of a STEM Diva. An educator with NIU STEM Outreach in the Center for P-20 Engagement, Guerrero lives for science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). She has an infectious enthusiasm for both STEM learning and NIU that is on full display in her high-energy demonstrations. She can be seen on...
Oh, if science teachers only knew what their students were really thinking about during lessons. Well, Northern Illinois University researchers actually figured out a way to tap into high school students’ thoughts during class time, and there were plenty of surprises and valuable insights. So many, in fact, that the three-year research project studying students’...
Katie Seelinger and her family at Take Back the Night 2010.
When Katie Seelinger and her husband made the decision to study at NIU, she wanted to become a doctor. As she began working toward this goal, her courses followed the expected path, touching on important aspects of biology, chemistry and anatomy. That trail was diverted the day Seelinger discovered the Women’s Studies Program. While browsing...