Rae: Science Cheerleader, Chemist, and (awesome!) STEM communicator! (She's also the managing editor of SciStarter!)

Rae: Science Cheerleader, Chemist, and (awesome!) STEM communicator! (She's also the managing editor of SciStarter!)

Here’s Raecca (Rae): Science Cheerleader, blogger, and SciStarter managing editor (among other things!) Hi, Rae! What got you into science? As a high school student, I enjoyed my math and science classes. If you gave me the option to solve an equation or read a...
Tynesha: Chemist, Patent Examiner and Baltimore Blast Pro Soccer Cheerleader

Tynesha: Chemist, Patent Examiner and Baltimore Blast Pro Soccer Cheerleader

[Update, August 2020]: We caught up with Tynesha to hear about what she’s accomplished since our last interview with her. She’s still a Patent Examiner with the USPTO and cheered for the Baltimore Ravens! Read her update interview, here! Tynesha is one of...
Niki: Competitive cheerleader and future medical doctor.

Niki: Competitive cheerleader and future medical doctor.

Howdy, Science Cheerleader fans! Allow me to introduce you to a fellow Illinoisan, Nicole (Niki), a competitive cheerleader pursuing a science career. You’re studying Interdisciplinary Health with minors in Spanish and Chemistry at the University of Illinois...
Teleza: Washington Redskins cheerleader preparing for medical school.

Teleza: Washington Redskins cheerleader preparing for medical school.

Hi, Teleza! Let’s jump right in—what got you interested in science? Since I was a little girl, I have always wanted to become a pediatrician. My pediatrician was the person who inspired me. He always made medicine seem so fun! It was confirmed that I wanted to go into...
Talmesha: Former Washington Redskins Cheerleader, chemical engineer, mathematician, PhD in molecular medicine!

Talmesha: Former Washington Redskins Cheerleader, chemical engineer, mathematician, PhD in molecular medicine!

Congratulations to Science Cheerleader Talmesha, Science Cheerleader who cheered for the Washington Redskins. She already has a B.S. Chemical Engineering and a B.S. Mathematics. Now, she has a brand new Ph.D. in Cellular and Molecular Medicine from Johns Hopkins!...

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