In this episode, we meet Giulia Lanzawho earned her Ph.D. from the University of Padova, one of Europe’s oldest and most prestigious schools in Italy. Giulia is a vacuum technology engineer at SLAC - The National Accelerator Laboratory in the Department of Energy run by Stanford University. SLAC is a federally-funded research and development center in Menlo Park, California.
Giulia shares her path, including:
Giulia is also a champion for women and diversity in science, as the Co-Founder of the SAGE program (SCIENCE Accelerating Girls’ Engagement). SAGE is a summer camp/internship program for high school students. The SAGE Mission is to engage curious and passionate students, while empowering them to explore a wide range of possibilities for their future.
SAGE offers opportunities and support as students move along their academic and career paths. The student’s SAGE Journey starts with the SAGE Summer Camp, hosted by scientists, engineers, and staff from participating Department of Energy National Laboratories. It continues with SAGE live events, SAGE internships in National Laboratories all over the country, early job careers, and leadership opportunities. What a cool program! You can learn more about the SAGE program on their website and youtube channel, including updates on live events and information sessions.
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sh(e)=mc2 is a new podcast that celebrates the light, energy, and power of women leaders in science. Maya Murshak, CEO of Merit Laboratories is the host, Heidi Komar of BlueOpps, LLC is the executive producer, and Zoe Komar of Michigan State University is the audio engineer. To connect with our podcast or suggest a future guest, please visit our website.