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Nalini Nadkarni on The Cosmic Rey

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Artist Reyhaneh Maktoufi recently featured Nalini on her blog, The Cosmic Rey. See below for the illustrations and a link to the blog.The Cosmic Rey Exploring the Science of Stuff…

How to Go to Prison

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People who are incarcerated are a scientifically-underserved group of people who are not able to gain access the internet, let alone science museums and lectures. They ┬ástand to benefit tremendously…

STEMAP Published in Bioscience

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Beyond the Deficit Model: The Ambassador Approach to Public Engagement NALINI M. NADKARNI, CAITLIN Q. WEBER, SHELLEY V. GOLDMAN, DENNIS L. SCHATZ, SUE ALLEN, AND REBECCA MENLOVE Scientists are increasingly…

STEM Ambassador Program Awarded Further Funding from National Science Foundation

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The STEM Ambassador Program has received a new round of funding from NSF, extending the program until at least 2021. The scientific enterprise needs transformative ways for scientists to interact…

INSPIRE Paper Published in Science Communication

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Baseline Attitudes and Impacts of Informal Science Education Lectures on Content Knowledge and Value of Science Among Incarcerated Populations Nalini M. Nadkarni and Jeremy S. Morris Many public audiences lack…