Beverly: Biomedical Engineering Major and Drexel University Cheerleader

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Howdy, science and engineering fans! Meet Beverly, a biomedical engineering major at Drexel University. You can can meet Beverly and her sister Angela at the USA Science & Engineering Festival in Washington, DC, April 26-27. Hi, Beverly! What turned you on to engineering and when? Growing up with math all around me, including solving basic arithmetic problems during leisure time, I have always enjoyed learning and solving math. On the other hand, I also carried with me an interest in…
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USNews STEM Solutions presents “Leading by Example,” moderated by Science Cheerleader

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Session 8A: Leading by Example: The Crucial Role of Mentors Date: Wednesday April 23, 2014 Time: 3:00 PM – 4:00PM Location: Room 207A Speakers: Capt. Barrington Irving , Dara Richardson-Heron, M.D. , Eric Schwarz , Mark J. Tamaro, P.E. Inspiring and engaging individuals who might not consider a STEM education or career is a challenging goal. Hear firsthand from a panel of mentors and coaches about what works and how best to cultivate relationships between individuals of different generations, genders…
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Mapping Microbes…at the 76ers game with the Science Cheerleaders!

The Pulse visited a collecting event at a Sixers game in February. Click on the yellow link above to hear the story. You can contribute your own cell phone and shoe samples at the Philadelphia Science Festival, which begins on April 25th. To learn more about the project, visit spacemicrobes.org. Watch a related video and listen to this segment on WHYY’s The Pulse!


NASA TV features Project MERCCURI, a citizen science project from UC Davis, SciStarter and Science Cheerleader

Learn more about Project MERCCURI.


Georgia Tech cheerleaders talking citizen science and Project MERCCURI on FOX News

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Learn more about the Science Cheerleaders on the Georgia Tech cheerleading team. Learn more about Project MERCCURI.


Jennifer: former Carolina Panthers cheerleader, mechanical engineer!

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What does it mean for you to be an engineer?
For me, an engineer is someone who applies their knowledge of science and math to develop solutions to problems. Engineers are consistently trying to improve on things or make things better, both of which are valuable characteristics in today’s world. Technology is changing so quickly and we are continuing to find ways make the world more energy efficient in order to conserve the world’s natural resources. I just hope in my engineering career I am able to make a significant contribution in making the world a better place.


Philadelphia Inquirer: A Tale of Cheerleaders, Microbes and Orbit

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A tale of cheerleaders, microbes, and orbit   SAM WOOD, PHILLY.COM Originally published in the Philadelphia Inquirer and Philly.com.  LAST UPDATED: Monday, March 3, 2014, 5:22 PM Forget about the Olympics in Sochi and the puffy peaks of the Caucasus Mountains. There’s a sporting event soon to get underway where the players - eight of them from Philadelphia – will face off in a venue out of this world. The athletes are microbes, microscopic organisms the likes of bacteria and fungi. They’ll be flying aboard…
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Science Cheerleader Night at the Philadelphia 76ers game

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Thanks to everyone who came out to support Science at the Sixers night on February 18! We were so happy to work with our partner, SciStarter, to help raise funds for the Philadelphia Education Fund while we: Media: WHYY (“Can a group of cheerleaders get more girls interested in STEM?”),  NationSwell (“What has 2 pompoms, a PhD and a passion for Science?”)


76ers halftime performance by the Science Cheerleaders on 2/18: Science at the Sixers!

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Science Cheerleaders Visit the Philadelphia 76ers on February 18, 2014. NBA 76ers game to feature interactive science exhibits on the concourse, halftime performance by the Science Cheerleaders, in-game citizen science project for research on the Space Station! Current and former cheerleaders (pursuing careers in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) from the 76ers, Eagles, Redskin, Ravens, Titans, Sacramento Kings, Baltimore Blast, Orlando Predators, NY Unofficials, the University of Pennsylvania and Drexel University will take over the court at halftime.  They will…
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Wendy: NFL cheerleader, Biomedical Engineering PhD candidate

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[Editor's Note: It's difficult to keep up with Science Cheerleader Wendy. Since we originally posted this interview, Wendy graduated from Georgia Tech with a degree in biomedical engineering and is now in pursuit of a PhD at the University of California, Davis. Along the way, she's been a cheerleader for the Atlanta Falcons, Sacramento Kings and now the Oakland Raiders! What's next? She says she plans to graduate from medical school to become a reconstructive surgeon and help the military...
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