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Rah-Rah For Science

From: user 6.
Sent on: Saturday, January 17, 2009 9:43 AM
Hello all,

I thought you might be interested in this wonderful article on science enthusiasm from a novel source (Not the ACS, but Darlene Cavalier)!


JANUARY 12, 2009 VOLUME 87, NUMBER 2 P. 56

Rah-Rah For Science

Serving as cheerleaders for science is, in a figurative sense, one of the roles that organizations like the American Chemical Society and American Association for the Advancement of Science play. Darlene Cavalier, a Pennsylvania mother of four, a former business developer for Walt Disney Publishing Worldwide, and a onetime cheerleader for the Philadelphia 76ers, is a vociferous fan of science and, with her slam-dunk smile and enthusiasm, is adding a literal verve to the idea of science cheerleading.

Courtesy of Darlene Cavalier
S-U-C-C-E-S-S: Former cheerleader Cavalier is teaming with author Trefil to give science a public boost.
This past April, Cavalier launched SCIENCECHEERLEADER.COM.

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