5 Things That Will Lead to More Women Thriving in Science


Embrace Your Differences

The reality is that most academic fields have been dominated by white males for decades. In just the past 50 years, scientific fields have slowly increased the number of women and minorities in the labs. This is very good for science and society. People of different backgrounds can have solutions and ideas that others may not have heard of yet. Being different is a positive, and everyone should always be willing to understand that.

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Christina Oney, Ph.D

Angelique Johnson

Angelique Johnson, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor – Business Owner

Institution: University of Louisville
Education: Ph.D.: Electrical Engineering from the University of Michigan; B.S./B.A. in Computer Engineering/Mathematics from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County.

Trivia Frazier-Wiltz

Trivia Frazier-Wiltz, Ph.D.

Chemistry Instructor

Institution: Delgado Community College
Education: Ph.D.: Biomedical Sciences from Tulane University School of Medicine; B.S.E: Biomedical Engineering from Tulane University; B.S.: Physics from Dillard University

Taeyjuana Curry

Taeyjuana Curry, Ph.D.

Postdoctoral Research Assistant

Institution: University of Maryland, Baltimore County
Education: Ph.D. in Physics from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor; Master’s degree in Physics from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Bachelor of Science degree from Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida.