From Gizmodo, June 21, 2021: Early career scientists like Jessica Esquivel are driving innovations at major experiments like muon g-2 at Fermilab.
From the Black Hills Pioneer, June 20, 2021: The former Homestake Gold Mine was the largest and deepest in the western hemisphere and today it is the largest science project attempted on U.S. soil. The LBNF/DUNE includes a collaboration of more than 1,300 scientists from 32 countries. Read more about the significant impacts LBNF/DUNE is having on South Dakota.
From DOE Office of Science, May 4, 2021: Secretary Granholm Visits Howard University in First In-Person Event to Discuss Workplace Diversity and Inclusive Research Opportunities.
From Illinois Tech, May 3, 2021: Rakshya Khatiwada joins Illinois Institute of Technology’s Department of Physics with a joint appointment as an assistant professor at Illinois Tech and an associate scientist at Fermilab.
From Physics Today, April 22, 2021: Shirley Ann Jackson, the renowned high-energy physicist, was the first Black woman to earn a doctorate from MIT and did her postdoctoral years at Fermilab and CERN.
From Northern Public Radio, April 20, 2021: Fermilab’s Rebecca Thompson, Head of the Office of Education and Public Outreach, talks on this segment about STEM and its impact on our society.
From The Daily Herald, April 20, 2021: Fermilab is celebrating Earth Day with events that you can join from wherever you are.
From Science News, April 14, 2021: Black and Hispanic workers remain underrepresented while it varies widely by field for women. Fermilab’s Jessica Esquivel is interviewed in this story on the Pew Research report that shows ethnic and gender gaps in STEM professions.