I am a technical communicator–a TC–a fact that came out because of a car accident. As I healed, I became very interested in how people learn, so I did a lot of reading on the side. When my business plateaued, I pursued formal education in business, but trying to listen to professors and read slides at the same time was exhausting, so I left school with a graduate certificate instead of an MBA.
The "Women in STEM" panel hosted by LTU Alumni Association discussed the importance of having role models, while at the same time being role models for today’s girls. The panel, held on Thursday, November 1st finished on a note of optimism, for women, for the STEM industry, and for societal progress.
As a designer, Sophia Brueckner is interested in the application of embodied cognition to interaction design, wearable technology, digital fabrication, generative systems, sound, and, as a technology antidote, painting.
Sibrina Collins,PhD, founding executive director of Lawrence Technological University’s Marburger STEM Center, received the Real McCoy Award in science Thursday night in an annual ceremony hosted by the Detroit Area Pre-College Engineering Program (DAPCEP).
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