OMG. There are super HOT women in science and engineering.

Here’s one of many. (Thanks for the leads James@procheerleaderblog.com who interviewed me a few months ago.) Summer Williams (believe it or not, that’s her real first name) is an aerospace engineer at NASA and former professional cheerleader.

Soon, you’ll find a “Hot Women in Science and Engineering” photo gallery here on Science Cheerleader. I aim to please. Nominations are encouraged. I hope this inspires more girls to take a second look at science and engineering as a career. I suspect it might turn more guys onto the fields, as well. 😉

 

 

  • One hopes your photo figures prominently in that gallery. Oops – did I actually say that out loud? I really need to work on that internal dialogue.

  • One hopes your photo figures prominently in that gallery. Oops – did I actually say that out loud? I really need to work on that internal dialogue.

  • Darlene,

    Science Cheerleaders: nice site, nice concept.

    Ever get Science Librarians involved with your activities?

    The American Library Association (ALA, ~66K members) and the Special Libraries Association (SLA, ~12K members) have dedicated sections devoted to science topics. I am a member of many of them, and currently am the co-Chair of the ALA Task Force on the Environment.

    If interested in what we are doing, send me a reply. I, too, have a strong interest in bring STM (science, technology, medical information/literature) issues into a context for greater understanding by the general public, including non-scientists in elected position in government from local to national levels.

    You get a better picture of my background, by looking at my professional Website below. BTW I did my MS in Library and Information Science at Syracuse University, where I picked up a TERRIBLE addiction to NCAA Div. I basketball. Saw MANY games, when student tickets were dirt cheap (and I was working full time at the Syracuse Research Corporation). I was on hand to close games at Manley Field House and open the Carrier Dome.

    Fred Stoss
    PS Are you aware of the Society for Technical Communication

    Frederick W. Stoss, M.S. (zool/ecol), M.L.S.

  • Darlene,

    Science Cheerleaders: nice site, nice concept.

    Ever get Science Librarians involved with your activities?

    The American Library Association (ALA, ~66K members) and the Special Libraries Association (SLA, ~12K members) have dedicated sections devoted to science topics. I am a member of many of them, and currently am the co-Chair of the ALA Task Force on the Environment.

    If interested in what we are doing, send me a reply. I, too, have a strong interest in bring STM (science, technology, medical information/literature) issues into a context for greater understanding by the general public, including non-scientists in elected position in government from local to national levels.

    You get a better picture of my background, by looking at my professional Website below. BTW I did my MS in Library and Information Science at Syracuse University, where I picked up a TERRIBLE addiction to NCAA Div. I basketball. Saw MANY games, when student tickets were dirt cheap (and I was working full time at the Syracuse Research Corporation). I was on hand to close games at Manley Field House and open the Carrier Dome.

    Fred Stoss
    PS Are you aware of the Society for Technical Communication

    Frederick W. Stoss, M.S. (zool/ecol), M.L.S.

  • Wolf

    I dont get it. Theres one picture here of an average woman…where are the rest?