Women in STEM: Pauline

My 44th guest is Pauline, a non-binary, neurodiverse science and social studies teacher, artist, computer scientist, amateur astrophotographer and so much more. Hi Pauline! First of all would you like to tell us something about you? I’m a female-presenting NB Science/Social Studies teacher who works with 4th grade students at a project-based learning STEM schoolContinue reading “Women in STEM: Pauline”

Happy Teachers’ Day

Today, the 5th of October, is the World Teachers’ Day. In Italy, where I live and teach science, we don’t usually celebrate this occasion. The first time I heard about Teachers’ Day, I was teaching in a language high school and the Russian teacher proposed to celebrate the day. Students wrote poems and stories aboutContinue reading “Happy Teachers’ Day”

Women in STEM: Ndaindila

My 39th guest in Ndaingila, a passionate food scientist working with the FAO. Hi Ndaindila! First of all would you like to tell us something about you? A young and adventurous food safety and security enthusiast from Namibia. My educational background is that of Environmental Health Science and Food Safety. I’m currently based in Rome,Continue reading “Women in STEM: Ndaindila”