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Career/Research Talks|Science Posse

Why should I become a scientist?

Science Posse Fellows' Research/Career Talks show students that scientist are real people who do interesting research and give then a glimpse of the opportunity awaiting them in STEM fields!

  • Research and career talks are offered to middle and high school students.
  • Talks can be adjusted to last between 15 to 30 minutes. (Longer talks will include more hands-on activities for students.)
  • Talks must be limited  to 15-30 students to facilitate interaction between the Fellow and students. (We are able to accommodate classes larger than this by splitting the students and doing several research talks concurrently).

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If you are interested in a specific Fellow, please check the Science Posse calendar for his or her travel days.

Alex Karanevich
Alex Karanevich, Mathematics
Beth Fitzpatrick Picture
Beth Fitzpatrick, Ecology
Beth is doing research in the field from March 25 to mid-May.
Click on her name to read her blog.
Corin Chepko Picture
Corin Chepko, Physics
Daniel Allen Picture
Daniel Allen, Geophysics            
Jacob Greenlee Picture
Jacob Greenlee, Molecular Biology
Jodi Schliz Pictuer
Jodi Schilz, Biomedical Science
Marje MacGregor Picture

Marje MacGregor, Zoology and Physiology

Michael Huntington Picture
Michael Huntington, Mathematics
Mikey Tabak Picture
Mikey Tabak, Ecology
Read Mikey's Research Blog!
Phil Bergmaier

Phil Bergmaier, Atmospheric Science

Reilly Dibner Picture

Reilly Dibner, Ecology

Scott Maloney Picture

Scott Maloney, Physics

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The Life of A Mechanical Engineer presented to students at Wyoming STARBASE Academy

The Science Posse is a great vehicle to get "real life scientists" into classrooms. Students see that what their science teachers have been telling them in class happens in the real world, and that it can be a career. ~Jamie Crait, Former Graduate Fellow

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