Women's #HERstory Month Highlight - Biologist Danielle N. Lee
Danielle N. Lee
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March is Women's History Month if you've been sleeping under a rock! Actually it's Women's HERstory month in our case. During the month of March we will highlight and introduce women who you may already know or who you need to know.
It is a well-known fact that women have been influential instruments in the molding of society as we know it. After all, they are the mothers, daughters, grandmothers, aunts, sisters, Nana’s, Mawmaw’s, Abuela’s, Bibi’s, Nne Nne’s and Zumu’s of the world who have given birth to our ever-growing population. Not to take anything away from the rich history of male accomplishments, but Women have had a long, rich, fighting history to get where they are today. We would like to honor and highlight some of those very women from our local communities and beyond that are game-changers and trailblazers lighting the path to success for the generations to follow.
Today, Schoolmunication honors Danielle N. Lee for her phenomenal work in the area of animal behavior and behavioral ecology. Danielle is an Outreach Scientist, Science Blogger, and Postdoctoral Research Associate at Cornell University. If you do not know who Danielle N. Lee is, you will soon know her name as she is one of the members of the Class of 2015 TED Fellows. Danielle has given back to the community by mentoring undergraduate and high school students as her biology assistants. She has coordinated many high school programs for students at campuses near her graduate institution.
Fun Fact About Danielle: She uses hip-hop to teach science!
We tip our hats to you Danielle for your continued efforts in teaching science to the underserved!