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Caitlin Demarest MD PhD May 4
About time I created a twitter, I suppose. I guess I should start with, and . Surgeon + Biomedical Engineer.
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Caitlin Demarest MD PhD Aug 3
PGY10. Today is the first day of my tenth( and FINAL!!!) year of training. 8 yrs (well, 5yrs with brief 3yr mid-residency hiatus for PhD ), and now 2yrs . T minus 365 days. Bring. It. On.
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Aurelia Takacs Dec 8
Monday mornings! 👩🏻‍💻Off to school proudly wearing her “best place to work” shirt
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Rachael Andrews Jun 10
Proud to be ! Thanks to for promoting STEM careers to young women and supporting us to thrive!
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Sarah Calande 🚲🛹👩🏼‍💻🥋🤸🏽‍♂️ Jan 22
One of the best things about working at Forbes is the encouragement to have a voice. Published my first article today
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ASU Engineering K12 Feb 28
ASU Engineering Outreach Team is having fun with robots at Estrella Mountain Community College!
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Luke Ahmed, CISSP Sep 24
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Engineering_BHS Feb 25
Brandywine's Female Engineers visited PS duPont Middle School with their empowering message about BSD's Design & Engineering Program of Study.
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San Diego Office 365 Saturday Dec 4
So far we have reviewed sessions from 18 potential speakers, of which 13 are women! That's 72%, and great to see. will be amazing!
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ASU Engineering K12 15 Nov 19
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Dr. Stephany Santos May 14
Replying to @StephanySantos_
Thank you to my love and soulmate As this news has spread, the support my students have given this daughter of has been truly overwhelming. , and I matter 3/3
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Anna Neuman Oct 8
I switched to computational research simply to flex my non lab-safe fits
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TeenTurn Oct 21
Next week our programming returns with a week of engineering delivered by our great friends . The ever intrepid is packing up the materials to go out to participants today!
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SCCUR2019 Dec 19
Check out Girl Scout Troop 1040 from Escondido rocking their shirts. We might be looking at the next generation of researchers right here.
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Women of Aeronautics & Astronautics May 18
Are you bored in quarantine? Then why not make your very own BALLOON HOVERCRAFT?! WoAA, in partnership with SPF Maker Camp, has just released its first do-it-yourself project video on YouTube!
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Women in STEMM Aust Aug 4
How a new generation is embracing gender diversity in engineering
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Holly Borla Jun 21
This is still my personal favorite WWDC moment. The audience made this moment so special
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Sherry Yang Apr 20
this is the cutest care package from for what used to be in-person events. but i’ll rock this for all remote events as well ♥️ ||
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Women of Aeronautics & Astronautics 26 Nov 19
This week’s is Bessie Coleman. Bessie Coleman was the first African American woman to have a pilot's license!
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Engineering_BHS Nov 18
With invitations to students in Engineering, Computer Science, Biomedical, and advanced sciences less that a week ago, there are already over 58 students planning to attend today's student led interest meeting.
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