Gabrielle is the Lead Teacher of the BridgeUP: STEM program at the American Museum of Natural History where she teaches computational science and coding to high school girls and middle school students from around New York City. Gabrielle earned her master’s degree in biology at Rockefeller University, studying the biochemical basis of Fragile X Syndrome. She has taught in a variety of formal and informal settings, seeking to foster curiosity and wonder in students and audiences of all ages. Her work is focused on supporting scientific literacy in the general population and increasing access to STEM fields for women and other underrepresented minorities.
October 28th, 2019 | 48 mins 6 secs
guests, panel, python
This week, Kelly and Sean are joined by Brianne Caplan from Code Your Dreams and Gabrielle Rabinowitz from the BridgeUP: STEM Program at the American Museum of Natural History to discuss K-12 Python Education that happens outside of a traditional classroom.
May 5th, 2019 | 38 mins 35 secs
live, pycon, python
Kelly and Sean reflect on their first ever PyCon in Cleveland, Ohio. Topics include the Education Summit, amazing people we've met, cross-stitch embroidery problem solving using Python, and mini-interviews with attendees.