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It’s that time of the year where the Washington STEM staff offers up some of our favorite summer reads, podcasts, and other fun, thought-provoking content. Dig into our latest blog if you’re looking for something to settle in to on a sunny afternoon. Read More
Kimberly Lawrence is a Water Engineer at Jacobs and a Washington STEM Notable Woman in STEM. Kimberly is a community builder, and advocate for women in STEM, and is working to make the world a better place through engineering.Read More
"It’s been rewarding to see that I can start making a difference and working for underserved communities so early into my career and I can’t wait to continue doing so in the next phase of my journey!Read More
As a science graduate student, you are usually expected to keep your nose in your lab, produce good work, graduate, and move on to the big world of academia. However, over the past year as a STEM Super Youth Advocate, I have been able to integrate science, education, and civil engagement and am lucky that my department has allowed me to go outside those traditional academic boundaries. Read More