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Posted on November 7, 2023
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Hema Manivannan, a dedicated systems engineer at the Department of the Army, is crafting more than just policies — she’s building the future of STEM. See More
Posted on September 26, 2023
Laura Stary, a seasoned middle school science educator and former nurse, hails from Texas. She specializes not only in teaching physical science, life science, and earth science, but also in creating national champions. See More
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