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Science Cheerleaders at SAVE JON Event with Mike Ditka in Chicago

Save JON SciCheers

Hello, Science Cheerleader fans! Today, SciCheers Ashley, Brandi, Jo, and Teleza will be flying into Chicago from across the country to participate in the SAVE JON, an event to support research on a rare liver and bile duct disease called Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis (PSC). SAVE JON is holding their “Game Changer” event in Union Station in Chicago, where it will be hosted former Chicago Bears Head Coach Mike Ditka in honor of NFL legend (and one of my hometown favorite players) Walter…
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Raquel: Nursing Student and Miami Dolphins Cheerleader!

raquel science cheerleader miami dolphins

Hi there! Science Cheerleader Hilary here excited to introduce you to Raquel, who is in her third year of her nursing degree and a third year veteran on the Miami Dolphins cheerleading squad! Read on below to learn all about her. What turned you on to science?? Someone who has had a tremendous influence in my schooling life and overall has been my mother, she has been my rock and has opened my mind in so many ways, she was also…
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Meet the Science Cheerleaders at the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum, today!


Today, from 10-3, the Science Cheerleaders will be at the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum (in Space Race (Gallery 114)) to help celebrate “Women in Aviation: Heritage Family Days.” The Science Cheerleaders and team members from SciStarter will lead activities to inform the public about nationwide research that examines soil moisture conditions and water availability. NASA’s SMAP (Soil Moisture Active Passive) satellite is measuring soil moisture from the sky. SciStarter and the Science Cheerleaders are working with YLACES (Youth Learning…
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New Science Cheerleader Appearances

Bill Nye and the Science Cheerleaders

Meet a Science Cheerleader at the following events: (list is not complete) September 11 Discovery Center Museum Event Rockford, IL September 12 Family Science Days: Women in Aviation and Space National Air & Space Museum Washington, DC September 21 Million Women Mentors Event Summit and Gala National Press Club Washington, DC October 1 Hammond High School STEAM Kick-off Event Columbia, MD October 7 SAVE JON Fundraiser with the Chicago Bears Chicago, IL October 24 Girl Scout STEM Expo Atlanta, GA…
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Lauren: Miami Dolphins cheerleader, RN, and a real life saver!

Lauren Miami Dolphin Science Cheerleader

The first time I performed CPR on a patient was the best nursing-related experience I have ever had. The patient survived and has been back to the hospital to visit several times to say “thank you.” Knowing that I have the opportunity, every single day, to save someone’s life is truly incredible.

Laura: Registered Nurse and Miami Dolphins Cheerleader!


Hi there! Science Cheerleader Hilary here to introduce you to Laura, a registered nurse and current Miami Dolphins cheerleader! Read on below to learn all about her. Laura is in her second season of cheering with the Miami Dolphins Cheerleaders and holds a degree in nursing from Florida Gulf Coast University. She currently balances cheering for her favorite football team and being a registered nurse! What turned you on to science and when? My grandmother and aunt were both nurses so…
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Alexa: AZ Cardinals Cheerleader and Aerospace Techie

Alexa - Arizona Cardinals

Hi SciCheer fans! Samantha here! I’d like to introduce you to one of the newest members of the Arizona Cardinals Cheerleaders, and now, a Science Cheerleader! Alexa received her Bachelors of Science in Geographic Information Systems from the University of Maryland, and a Masters of Science in Business Analytics from Arizona State University. She is now working as a product specialist for Honeywell Aerospace! Talk about reaching for the stars! What turned you on to STEM and when? I vividly…
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Science Cheerleaders enlist youth athletes as citizen scientists for nationwide research that examines soil moisture conditions and water availability

NASA's new Soil Moisture Active Passive (SMAP) satellite

Science Cheerleader, NASA, SciStarter enlist youth cheerleaders and football players as citizen scientists for nationwide research that examines soil moisture conditions and water availability Grant from Youth Learning as Citizen Environmental Scientists enables Science Cheerleaders and SciStarter to recruit, train, and equip youth in  STEM research  Philadelphia, PA – (July 25, 2015) – NASA scientists are on a mission to map global soil moisture, and through SciStarter and Science Cheerleader, they’re teaming up with citizen scientists to gather valuable data from the…
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Understand the science behind a wildly popular, iconic American pastime with The Science of Cheerleading, a new ebook

Science of Cheerleading

“An estimated 3 million young women and men are involved in cheerleading in the U.S., “ said Darlene Cavalier, creator of the book and the founder of Science Cheerleader. “We hope this book helps them understand the science, technology, engineering, and math inherent in cheerleading. Once they grasp those STEM concepts using something familiar (cheer), they can apply the principles to other things and achieve a greater understanding of how the world works.”

Science Cheerleader, Rachel, selected as Ms. Veteran America finalist

WW2 Veteran Closeup

Hi, I’m Rachel, and in addition to being a Science Cheerleader, I’d like to share another activity I’ve been pursuing. I’ve been participating in the Ms. Veteran America competition!  Ms. Veteran America is a competition among women veterans who exemplify the “Woman Beyond the Uniform” in many different ways, have served their country honorably and remain active in their community. There were over 600 applicants this year, more than ever. Over 400 became contestants and through semifinals that number was divided exponentially. We held semi-finals…
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