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The Sciences

Sheril, Role Model

The IntersectionBy Chris MooneyJuly 28, 2009 6:03 PM


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Once again, I will embarrass my coauthor/coblogger: In a really amazing post here, David Wescott provides a list of "female role models," and guess who appears? Of course this is no surprise to me, or to Intersection readers. Sheril is only at the beginning of a career in which she will serve as a positive example for many, but especially young girls interested in science, and young scientists who want to leave the beaten path and try something very different--reaching the public. Again, go here to find Sheril "singled out" in the best possible way.

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