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Heidi Olinger

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Canton, Ohio, The United States
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Heidi Olinger is a writer, speaker, award-winning educator, and the founder of Pretty Brainy®, a nonprofit organization that creates STEAM learning to inspire and prepare girls to innovate, problem-solve, and lead in the 21st century. Her latest book, Leonardo’s Science Workshop: Invent, Create, and Make STEAM Projects Like a Genius, is an interactive adventure that embraces the spirit of Leonardo da Vinci to bring science, art, and innovation to life.

Written with an inimitable combination of clarity and belief in the genius of every young reader, Leonardo’s Science Workshop models the curiosity and problem-solving that made Leonardo a genius and Heidi a voice for STEM that is accessible, alive, and respects young people where they
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Heidi Olinger Heidi Olinger said: " Required reading for every woman who has ever written or doubted herself, not to mention every journalist and student of journalism. Graham's Personal History also is a core of U.S. History. For those of us for whom the First Amendment is sacred, her ...more "

 
Evelyn Fox Keller
“I was just so interested in what I was doing I could hardly wait to get up in the morning and get at it. One of my friends, a geneticist, said I was a child, because only children can't wait to get up in the morning to get at what they want to do." - Dr. Barbara McClintock”
Evelyn Fox Keller, A Feeling for the Organism: The Life and Work of Barbara McClintock




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