Fifty years ago, the Apollo 11 team travelled farther than humans had ever been before, using technology less sophisticated than the average smartphone.
Nicole Gugliucci, Doctor of the SkyI'll be celebrating #Apollo50th tomorrow (Wednesday) morning on New Hampshire Public Radio! Listen at @NHPRExchange on the radio box, the internet box, or the podcast netter... whatever your preference.
Nicole Gugliucci, Doctor of the SkyThey pointed out the "Self-Care" part of the website so both the mentor and mentee can take care of their physical and emotional health and that got VERY positive noises from the room! #SelfCare #Noyce2019 #educators #teachers
Nicole Gugliucci, Doctor of the SkyAnother practice, making your thinking explicit, helps a teacher candidate see how the mentor-teacher makes decisions in the classroom...
This works for a research mentor as well! So often the thought process of your advisor is opaque. #Noyce2019
Interplanetary travel is pitched to us as a good thing. Explorers will visit other planets, which settlers will then colonize. But colonization on our own planet led to the genocide and displacement of cultures and people, economic inequity, and...
Bonnielin Swenor has dedicated her life to helping vision-impaired patients. She also has low vision herself — and she is fighting to increase the presence of disabled people in science and medicine.
Nicole Gugliucci, Doctor of the Sky"The exclusion of people with disabilities from the biomedical workforce undermines the goal of achieving true diversity and is a missed opportunity for science and medicine." Check out #DocsWithDisabilities