B-Scientists Citation Archive
All of the citations that have appeared in various videos produced by B-SCI!
Did You Say Chocolate?!
You heard right, B-Scientist is back with a new season! After a successful and generous Give828 fundraising event hosted by the Young, Black & Giving Back Institute, we figured we'd let you all know what we've been up to this summer starting with Chemist co-host, Jana Carpenter. She recounts her travels abroad in Costa Rica and Ecuador while indulging in chocolate and science...well, chocolate science to be exact. We hope you enjoy this informative episode a choco-lot!
The Price of MATCHing with Dr. Kwadwo "Kojo" Sarpong
On this episode of B-Scientist, Jordan and Jana speak with Vanderbilt Neurosurgery Resident, Dr. Kojo Sarpong. They dive into Kojo's journey from Ghana to the US, the barriers that black and historically underrepresented communities face in medical school, and we finally get a breakdown of the costs involved in success. Tune in now to hear this conversation!
Dive into Archaeology with NatGeo Explorer Dr. Justin Dunnavant
Jana and Jordan are back with another episode of B-Scientists as they dig and dive into archaeology with one of the co-founders of the Society of Black Archaeologists and National Geographic Emerging Explorer Dr. Justin Dunnavant. Dr. Dunnavant takes everyone on his journey to archaeology, becoming a professor at UCLA, becoming a NatGeo Explorer, and how he is helping to change the preservation of African American Burials. Follow Dr. Dunnavant on Instagram and Twitter @archfieldnotes or visit his website: https://justindunnavant.com/.
Jordan and Jana are back to serve up the latest slice of science news and B-SCI updates. They learn about the ways that even moderate drinking may affect brain size and function, the brightness of the cosmos, and of course...PIZZA! Tune in now to find out how researchers have elevated the pizza-making game, literally.
What Is An F32 Anyway?! Criticisms of the Academic Façade with Adri Cortee
Jordan and Jana speak with PhD candidate, Adriana Norris! On this episode of B-Scientist, we come to the conclusion that TikTok's algorithm is trash, how a certain university publication makes a mockery of the pandemic, and how academic twitter and YouTube are the move for science communication. You can find Adri Cortee on YouTube, Twitter, and if the algorithm allows, TikTok.
What's Out There? Using a Critical Lens on Academia with Dr. Gertrude Nonterah
Jordan and Jana explore the highs and lows of academia with special guest, Dr. Gertrude Nonterah, and find out that there may be more to your graduate degree than just academia *gasp* They also geek out on their favorite science youtubers in the process. Tune in to this engaging conversation with the creator of The Bold PhD!
What's the Optics? Optical science and more with Dr. Michael J. Williams!
Jana and Jordan interview Dr. Micahel J. Williams about his path into optical science and his current professional life! They also talk about his experiences as a Black optical science from Philadelphia and how that has impacted him.
Atom-nal Science Updates
Jordan and Jana discuss what the latest in science news as we roll into the Autumn season, and discover that humans may have been in North America much longer than we realized. Don't forget to B-Scientist!
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Science News Update: Potty Training Cows & Mooore
This week on B-Scientist, Jordan and Jana go through what's new in science including potty training cows, hurricane Ida and the impact of climate change, the first all civilian space flight, and more! There's a lot to unpack, so settle in.
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Give 8/28 Livestream w/ Dr. Shenell Tolson and Chad Singleton, M.P.H.
Jana and Jordan host their second ever livestream for Give 8/28, a fundraiser hosted by the Young, Black, & Giving Back Institute! They are joined by the amazing scientists, Dr. Shenell Tolson and Chad Singleton, M.P.H. who share their experiences as black scientists all while encouraging you to B-Scientists!
Stars are Stepping Stones w/ Janeya Griffin
Jana and Jordan interview "The Commercializer", Janeya Griffin! Janeya is a woman of many talents who has worked for NASA and is an entrepreneur with her own consulting company. She is currently working with Baylor's College of Medicine's TRISH Program to increase the diversity in space and space health research by conducting a survey. Please help by taking the survey at https://www.diversityinspace.tech/
Magnificent Neuroscientists with Dr. Theanne Griffith and Janay Vacharasin
Dr. Theanne Griffith, neuroscientist, author of The Magnificent Makers, and Assistant Professor at the University of California Davis, and B-SCI Secretary Janay Vacharasin, stop by B-Scientists to educate Jana and Jordan on neuroscience! Dr. Griffith also talks about her book series The Magnificent Makers and how she encourages everyone to B-Scientists!
S.T.E.M.Ed by Bri with Briana Simms
On this episode of B-Scientists, the future Dr. Briana Simms, a chemist and founder of S.T.E.M.Ed by Bri (pronounced like "stemed"),stops by and discusses how she tries to inspire junior scholars to learn about science, the obstacles she faced in grad school, and her other many talents!
SciComm and Public Health with Dr. Shenell Tolson!
Dr. Shenell Tolsn, B-SCI’s Science Policy Officer stops by the podcast to talk about how she became a scientist, how she does SciCom, iatrophobia-the fear of doctors and medicine, and how she became interested in science policy! This interview was super inspiring and you don’t want to miss it!
Jumping into 2021 with a BIG Accouncement
B-Scientists returns with Jana and Jordan! They deliver a big announcement-APPAREL IS COMING FEBRURY 1st! They also talk about the 2020 election and the Capitol Riots. Then, they share some of the new things in science they've learned over the last few weeks.
Gender, the Body, and Fieldwork Symposium
Jana and Jordan conduct their first interview and livestream as part of the Gender, the Body, and Fieldwork Symposium! The Gender, the Body, and Fieldwork Symposium is organized several by several UGA graduate students and sponsored by UGA's Franklin College of Arts and Science, Center for Integrative Conservation Research, and Graduate School!
Edgar Alarcon and Tia Manns are our guest! Edgar is an archaeologist and PhD Candidate in UGA's Department of Anthropology. Tia Manns is a 1st year graduate student in UGA's Marine Science Department!
Special Thanks to!
Gender, the Body, and Fieldwork Symposium Organizing Committee and Tech Support