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Scientist Becomes Ambassador
Pacific Science Center is very happy to announce that one of our Science Communication Fellows has been selected as an AAAS – The American Association for the Advancement of Science IF/THEN Ambassador.
Jessica Fagerstrom, Ph.D., DABR joined our Science Communication Fellowship program in 2017 and is an active participant and presenter at PacSci. She can often be seen at one of our Meet a Scientist events.
“This national initiative furthers women in STEM by empowering current innovators and inspiring the next generation of pioneers,” she said. “I’m excited to be the medical physicist representative of the 125 chosen ambassadors.”
Commitment To GWIS
Pacific Science Center is committed to empowering Girls and Women in STEM. We encourage you to listen to what this new ambassador has to say in the PacSci Podcast embedded below. Then use the resources here to learn more about this important work.