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Navigating Career Transitions Effectively with Holly Falk-Krzesinski, Ph.D.

On this week’s episode (link in comments), Holly Falk-Krzesinski, Ph.D. shares her mindset and approach to career advancement, including topics such as: – How she moved forward from being the first in her family to graduate college (and grad school), to her college experience and extended internship in industry, and then grad school where she…

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First Generation College Student to Associate Professor of Biology with Tracie Delgado, PhD

¬† In this inspiring and enlightening interview, Mark and Tracie Delgado, PhD discuss Tracie’s professional journey, her fascinating research, and how she’s able to effectively translate her work into engaging, accessible descriptions. Specifically: Tracie’s early years growing up in East LA and how that experience has shaped her research and fueled her passion for increasing…

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Connecting Science and Communication for the Masses with Lauren Robertson, Ph.D.

How do you talk about science in a manner that engages the general audience? For so long, scientists have been separated from the public through confusing dogma and research papers that do not translate well to everyday life. Public opinion and policies depend heavily on scientific studies, and people are drawn to those who can…

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Distilling Research Into Narratives to Inspire Policy Action – Ep #69

A common thread that runs through diverse and successful careers in STEM, whether in the academic or corporate world, is the ability to interpret and communicate complex and data-driven topics into narratives that can inspire action at the individual, corporate, and policy levels. However, many STEM professionals still grapple with the skills and attributes they…

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