This monthly series of casual scientific discussion is back! Think & Drink is like a TED Talk, but enhanced with alcohol. Each month, someone with a deep understanding of a particular scientific field will provide insight into their field, research, or related topic. Presentations are informal and discussion is encouraged. This month's presenter: TBD [[If you or someone you know is interested in being a presenter, please message The STEMcell Science Shop or email firstname.lastname@example.org.]] Must be 21+ to attend.
Apollonia Piña is a second generation Xicanx and next-generation Mvskoke hokte. She has a Bachelor’s of Science in Cross-Cultural Epistemologies in Science and Math and is a research assistant on a National Institutes of Health grant concerning Native Americans in STEM fields. She utilizes her university training to bridge cultural gaps between indigenous and Western models of science, and foster synthesis between the two. Her research interests include Native American perspectives in science and math, midwifery, indigenous womanism, and promoting Natives in STEM.