UW–Madison geneticist named science ambassador to girls and young women
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UW–Madison geneticist named science ambassador to girls and young women

UW–Madison geneticist named science ambassador to girls and young women

Ahna Skop, a University of Wisconsin–Madison genetics professor, artist and advocate for underrepresented students on the UW–Madison campus and beyond, has been selected as an IF/THEN Ambassador — an initiative to further women in science — by the American Association for the Advancement of Science.

AAAS and Lyda Hill Philanthropies have named 125 IF/THEN Ambassadors to inspire the next generation of women in science, technology, engineering and math.

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