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Nothing more permanent than the temporary: An interview with Zvezdelina Stankova

This article is part of STEMinism in the Spotlight, a monthly interview series. Zvezdelina Stankova is a teaching professor of mathematics at UC Berkeley and the founder and director of the Berkeley Math Circle, a weekly math circle for elementary, middle and high school students. She found her passion for mathematics as an elementary school
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Clarity of Thought: An Interview with Somayeh Sojoudi

This article is part of STEMinism in the Spotlight, a monthly interview series. Somayeh Sojoudi is an assistant professor in Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences (EECS) and Mechanical Engineering at UC Berkeley. She earned her bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from Shahed University (in Tehran, Iran), her master’s degree in ECE from Concordia University, and
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