“This fall, my students and I will be exploring nature around us as anthropologists and the whole universe… as astronomers.”
“This particular activity we did focusing on their learning styles helped me, but most importantly it helped them discover how they best process information.”
“I was so fortunate to have incredible female role models in STEM fields growing up, and they inspired me to have the confidence to pursue my degree in biology. Because of this, I hope to be a role model to my students to inspire them to do what they want! I am really excited to bring unique hands on activities to my students this year!”
The girls of Sisters4Science at Woodson recently participated in the WOW!, which is Citizens Schools’ end of the semester event in which the girls show friends and family all of the amazing things they’ve learned during their apprenticeships!
This past month the girls of Sisters4Science at Ariel have been experimenting with some pretty neat areas of science. From ecology to chemistry to physics, the girls have done it all!
Dr. Mussat is back! Providing Sisters at Orozco with their own surgical scrubs and suturing their first patient….the banana!