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science

by Deborah Harter Williams


There is currently a big push to get girls interested in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) and creating positive role models on television looks like one way to do it. The Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media has an oft repeated principle “If you can see it you can be it.” Here are women scientists you might have seen on television over the past 50 years.

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Central Valley Café Scientifique

IN THE January 31 ISSUE

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by Kathy Eide Casas



Welcome to the Central Valley’s gathering of science-seekers–it’s the Central Valley Café Scientifique, a place for science in the cultural life of California’s Central Valley.

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by Lorie Lewis Ham



Physics and biology teacher Dan Deibert has been teaching at Reedley High School for 20 years, and has touched the lives of many. Before coming to RHS, he taught for seven years at General Grant Middle School, and he has also taught some evening classes at Reedley College.

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by Lorie Lewis Ham




This past weekend the play Copenhagen opened at the Broken Leg Stage in Fresno presented by The New Ensemble, the final show of their first full season.

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