Alumna Kiel Advocates for STEM Diversity and Inclusion


Posted: March 11, 2016

Former PPEM undergrad researcher Kiel takes own quest for STEM diversity and inclusion to next level of paying it forward.
Photo courtesy of Kimberly Kiel.

Photo courtesy of Kimberly Kiel.

Kimberly Kiel (B.S. Biobehavioral Health, 2002, and former undergraduate researcher in Dr. Tim McNellis's lab) has long been an advocate of the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) fields and now serves as a model and mentor for young STEM students, especially girls and underrepresented minorities, as Clinical Trial Manager for a major global pharmaceutical company.

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