Kristin: Doctor of Chiropractic, former cheerleader, GA Tech and Atlanta Hawks

Kristin: Doctor of Chiropractic, former cheerleader, GA Tech and Atlanta Hawks

Why science? Both of my parents are involved in science – my father is a chiropractor and my mother is a registered nurse (and is also going to school to become a chiropractor!). With both parents in healthcare, I have always been interested in anatomy and physiology....
Science Cheerleader William: pursuing a Master's Degree in Marine Biology, former cheerleader at the University of MD!

Science Cheerleader William: pursuing a Master's Degree in Marine Biology, former cheerleader at the University of MD!

Today we get to hear from William (a.k.a. “Rock”), a male cheerleader who is pursuing a master’s degree in marine biology at the University of Maryland.  What turned you on to science and when? I remember as a child that I wanted to be a dolphin...
Carey: aerospace engineer at Lockheed Martin and former University of Wyoming cheerleader

Carey: aerospace engineer at Lockheed Martin and former University of Wyoming cheerleader

  What got you into engineering, Carey? Throughout astrophysics in college I always loved the challenges of orbital dynamics. I constantly wanted to know the different possibilities of getting different masses to different orbits in space, and the power required...
Aerospace Engineer and former cheerleader, Carey, leads Science Week event at Mint Hill Library in Charlotte, NC

Aerospace Engineer and former cheerleader, Carey, leads Science Week event at Mint Hill Library in Charlotte, NC

Guest post from Carey! I had the awesome pleasure of representing Science Cheerleader for the afternoon during Science Week at the Mint Hill Library in Charlotte, NC. The program was aimed at 5-11 year olds, both males and females. It was a great experience discussing...
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...
Stephanie: Military aerospace engineer and former college cheerleader, working on dual MSE + MBA degrees!

Stephanie: Military aerospace engineer and former college cheerleader, working on dual MSE + MBA degrees!

Stephanie, an aerospace engineer and former St. Louis University cheerleader, participated in the Pop Warner Caroline Cougars Family Fun Day in Ridgely, Maryland, August 2, where she kicked off a citizen science project to involve adults in science policy discussions!...

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