Elizabeth Garbee
Elizabeth Garbee

Elizabeth Garbee is a Ph.D. student at the School for the Future of Innovation in Society at Arizona State University, studying risk innovation and science education policy.

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Oct. 20 2017 7:39 AMThe Problem With the “Pipeline”A pervasive metaphor in STEM education has some serious flaws.
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Feb. 25 2016 2:17 PMAlbert Einstein, Gravitational Waves, and MeWhy astrophysicists were so desperate to catch a “whopping big signal” from the universe.
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Nov. 16 2015 8:47 AMPulp Sci-Fi’s Legacy to Women in ScienceWhat I learned about gender in STEM when I analyzed 560 works of pulp.
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April 13 2017 7:15 AMIn Praise of Self-Driving Cars and Fender-BendersMinor crashes will tell us more about autonomous vehicles than the trolley problem ever could.
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Jan. 29 2016 9:48 AMThis Is Not the Fourth Industrial Revolution The meaningless phrase got tossed around a lot at this year’s World Economic Forum.