Category Archives: Spring 2015 Newsletter

How an Early Interest in STEM has Created a Lifetime of Student Mentoring

What do you want to be when you grow up?  The notorious question that we are asked from such a young age. Dr. Jackie Henderson, Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering at Bradley University, has been interested in STEM since a young age. “My earliest memory included math, inquiry of why/how things worked” she says.  “This…
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Dr. Kim Vogt: Making STEM Happen

“Things don’t just happen, you have to make them happen.” Hard work and passion are two ways to make things happen, to get things done. This is Dr. Vogt’s motto, and she sure lives up to it. “It’s a glass half full kind of perspective,” Vogt says.  Busying herself with her professional life, her impact…
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