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A science journalist for more than 20 years, DiChristina joined Scientific American in 2001. Before leading NPG/Scientific American, Mariette spent nearly 14 years at Popular Science in positions culminating as executive editor and the magazine's recognition in 2001's Douglas S. Morrow Public Outreach Award. Under DiChristina's leadership, Scientific American became a member of Change the Equation, a CEO-led initiative to cultivate widespread literacy in STEM in the US which is part of President Obama's "Educate to Innovate" campaign.
Susan is the vice president for marketing at Macmillan Higher Education.
Tim Stelzer is an Associate Professor of Physics at the University of Illinois - Urbana. A high-energy particle theorist, Professor Stelzer's work focuses on standard model physics at hadron colliders. He is the primary author of MadGraph®, a software program that automatically generates Feynman diagrams and led the development and implementation of assessment tools for educational innovations expanding the use of the web to teach Physics.
Director of Life Sciences Education and Professor of the Practice of Molecular and Cellular Biology. He received his PhD in biology from Harvard and has taught undergraduate courses here since 1988. He has a long-standing commitment to interdisciplinary teaching and research, and to increasing diversity in science. He chairs the Board of Life Sciences Concentrations, which oversees a cluster of nine undergraduate concentrations. As the Faculty Director of the Harvard-Allston Education Portal, he oversees the integration of undergraduate education with community outreach on Harvard’s new Allston campus. He also serves as the faculty director of HarvardX, part of a new online education platform that provides courses from Harvard and other top-tier universities to individuals around the world.
This project is the brainchild of Macmillan New Ventures, Scientific American and Google for Education, building upon the discussion panel of the same name held on March 9, 2015 as part of the SXSW Edu conference in Austin, TX.
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Audri Clemen's Rube Goldberg machine inspires me to keep better documentation and accept failure as part of the iterative process to get things right! He states a hypothesis, he modifies his experiment and celebrates his success. It is a MUST watch.