Join us on Sunday, September 23, 2018 for a screening of The Bearded Lady Project in 22 Deike Building from 1:30-3:30 pm.
This screening will include a presentation by Dr. Ellen Currano, co-creator of the film, which will be followed by a panel Q&A with Dr. Currano and five female PSU STEM faculty.
Faculty panelists (with their research interests indicated) include:
- Liz Hajek– PSU Geosciences
Uses the stratigraphic record to reconstruct past landscape conditions on Earth. Focuses on learning about internal (autogenic*) variability that occurs in different sedimentary environments and understanding how Earth’s surface responds to change.
- Kate Freeman– PSU Geosciences
studies fossil molecules and their stable isotopes. Interested in ancient climate, the carbon cycle, microbial biogeochemistry and the signatures of life on Earth and beyond.
- Jenn Baka– PSU Geography
Energy geographer interested in understanding the interconnected political and biophysical processes shaping and shaped by systems of energy provision
- Kristina Douglass– PSU Anthropology
An archaeologist, whose current work investigates human-environment interaction in Madagascar.
- Parisa Shokouhi– PSU Civil engineering
Infrastructure sustainability, non-destructive evaluation of civil infrastructure, multi-scale non-destructive testing (NDT) of construction materials
And be sure to see our previous post for ways to get involved with the project!