Jaclyn: Washington Wizards Cheerleader, Mathematician, and Computer Engineer, performing with Science Cheerleaders at the USA Science and Engineering Festival

Jaclyn: Washington Wizards Cheerleader, Mathematician, and Computer Engineer, performing with Science Cheerleaders at the USA Science and Engineering Festival

Hello, Science Cheerleader fans! Jaclyn is one of two current Washington Wizard Gals who will be joining the Science Cheerleaders at the USA Science & Engineering Festival April 16-17. See what she has to say! What turned you onto science and when? Throughout my...
Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day Success

Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day Success

Hi Science Cheerleader fans, Samantha here! I just wrapped up a fabulous weekend at UT Austin where we attended Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day and the Girl Day STEM Festival! Sherry, Katarina, and myself kicked off the event with a big SciCheer welcome. Then we...
Meet the Science Cheerleaders at Girl Day!

Meet the Science Cheerleaders at Girl Day!

On Saturday, February 27, 2016, the Women in Engineering Program at the University of Texas, Austin is hosting their national award-winning “Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day.” Celebrated every year during Engineers Week, this Girl Day event gives girls...
Highlights from the Atlanta Science Festival

Highlights from the Atlanta Science Festival

Wow, what a week! From March 21 to March 28, Science Cheerleaders made their presence known across the Atlanta Science Festival. Our thanks to Alexandria and Kiva who cheer for the Atlanta Falcons, as well as Brandi, Jamika, Kristy, Memorie, Mimi, Raquisha, and...
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....

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