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Below, see where the students (top map) and scientists (bottom map) are having their conversations. She also served as a faculty member in the Citizen Science program at Bard College for two years, and stays on in a training role and as part of a working group.
She enjoys writing about a myriad of different topics, but is especially interested in infectious diseases, global health and vaccines.
But, science is a bit different - more enigmatic than most professions.
The more people who understand science, the better off we all will be. She followed that with a post-doc at MIT, working on the nematode C. After teaching as an assistant professor for four years, she realized her passion for science communication and left her faculty position to join the team at the American Council on Science and Health in April 2016.It is called "Skype a Scientist" and is the brainchild of Sarah Mc Anulty, a graduate student in the Department of Molecular and Cell Biology."Skype a Scientist" matches scientists with K-12 classrooms.It’s super helpful if you have something the teacher can share with his/her students, e.g.youtube videos, a ted talk, or blog posts related to your work.