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How do the unique ways that every person thinks affect the work they do - especially in STEM fields? How do we create an education and early career system that recognizes and takes advantage of every individual’s skill set, experiences, and perspective? In a new podasct series "How’d You Think Of That? with Temple Grandin", we delve into these questions with STEM professionals and learn about their important work and the benefit of a multifaceted approach to STEM education. This podcast is b ...
 
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Sara Freeman, an Assistant Professor Neurobiology, studies the biological underpinnings of social behavior and monogamy. Studying social behavior in a variety of species helps scientists better understand the core of the social brain, and how neurological circuits work for humans. She is currently working on studies to decipher how the hormones of …
 
Mimi Lufkin is an educator and advocate who served as the Chief Executive Officer of the National Alliance for Partnerships in Equity for more than twenty years. NAPE is dedicated to increasing student access, educational equity, and workforce diversity. Grandin and Lufkin discuss the many ways to help students build STEM skills and access STEM car…
 
Susan Barry is a Professor Emeritus of Biological Sciences and Professor Emeritus of Neuroscience and Behavior at Mount Holyoke College and the author of two books, Fixing My Gaze: A Scientist's Journey into Seeing in Three Dimensions and Coming to Our Senses: A Boy Who Learned to See, A Girl Who Learned to Hear, and How We All Discover the World. …
 
Kyle Dawson is a Professor of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Utah. He studies the structure, origin, and evolution of the universe through observation using telescopes, spectroscopy, and other tools. He is part of an international team of hundreds of scientists who are creating the largest 3D map of the universe. The goal is to learn mo…
 
Dr. David Sands is a former professor of Plant Sciences and Plant Pathology. In addition to his teaching, mentoring, and many publications, Dr. Sands has contributed to plant pathology & bacteriology across the globe for decades. His work has included protecting crops in Kenya from their (and Africa's) worst weed (Striga), using a local, and non-gm…
 
In this episode, Temple Grandin interviews Ruthe Farmer, CEO and Founder of the Last Mile Education Fund. Previously, Farmer served as the Senior Policy Advisor for Tech Inclusion at the White House Office of Science & Technology Policy focusing on President Obama’s call to action for Computer Science for All, as well as serving as Chief Strategy &…
 
Dr. Jared Ashcroft is a professor of Chemistry at Pasadena City College and the principal investigator of the Micro Nano Technology Education Center in Pasadena. The MNT-EC is dedicated to increasing the number of professor participating in micro- and nanotechnology education, and expanding the number of students qualified to work in this quickly-g…
 
Maya Ajmera is the President and CEO of Society for Science and Publisher of its award-winning magazine, Science News. Founded in 1921, the Society works to promote the understanding and appreciation of science and the vital role it plays in human advancement. The Society is best known for its world-class science competitions, including the Regener…
 
Erin Krier is a professor of Agriculture at Allan Hancock College, and is working on broadening participation in Plant/Agriculture Biotechnology. With support from the National Science Foundation Advanced Technology Education program, she is focused on increasing the participation of individuals from Hispanic communities in plant/agricultural biote…
 
Walter Holemans is an inventor and engineer, and the founder of Planetary Systems Corporation. His invention, the Lightband Separation System, has been used in over 50 satellite missions. The Lightband is a more efficient way of separating satellites from rockets than traditional systems. He has over two dozen patents, and takes inspiration from ev…
 
In this episode of How'd You Think of That?, Temple Grandin talks with Dr. Nalini Nadkarni, an ecologist who studies rainforest canopies and their disturbances. In addition to her research, Dr. Nadkarni pioneered the Science in Prisons project, which brings science education and conservation projects to incarcerated individuals. She is also a profe…
 
In our first episode of How'd You Think of That?, prominent scientist Temple Grandin talks to Erik Jorgensen, Professor of Biology at the University of Utah. Jorgensen is a Howard Hughes Medical Institute Investigator, and studies how the human brain works on a molecular level. Jorgensen and his students conduct a wide variety of experiments from g…
 
How do the unique ways that every person thinks affect the work they do - especially in STEM fields? How do we create an education and early career system that recognizes and takes advantage of every individual's skill set, experiences, and perspective? In this new podcast series How'd You Think of That? with Temple Grandin, we delve into these que…
 
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