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Hey Scientist, Who Are You Mentoring?

Posted on Jun 16, 2015 by in The OFI Blog |


Smithsonian geologist Dr. Elizabeth Cottrell works with intern Kellie Wall to examine a sample of Earth’s interior.

National Museum of Natural History (NMNH) Director for Education and Outreach Shari Werb recently offered an article on about the importance of scientists acting as mentors. The article describes some of the Smithsonian’s best.

You can (and should) check it out here!

Graham Slater

Postdoctoral Fellow Dr. Graham Slater (right) examines the skeleton of a 30 million year old saber-toothed cat with Smithsonian high school interns Max Morgan (left) and Aldair Garcia (center)