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Guest: Isabelle Kingsley – researcher, educator and science communicator

Isabelle Kingsley

This time our guest is Isabelle Kingsley. She is passionate about science communication and education. Isabelle started out as a high school science teacher but later switched gears and worked as a science communicator and educator.

We had a great chat about how she was a born teacher – giving her younger siblings assignments and marking them. Isabelle discovered that her values did not align with her high school teaching job, and she found her passion in education, research and science communication.

Isabelle Kingsley is a researcher, educator and science communicator. Her work as a Research Associate at the University of New South Wales spans many areas of STEM study and work—from workplace gender equity and program evaluation to science communication and public outreach. Formerly a schoolteacher, Isabelle’s heart lies in improving STEM education both inside and outside of the classroom. She has worked in world-class museums in Australia and Canada and was the Co-founder and former Director of the Sydney Science Festival.

Isabelle  is a researcher, educator and science communicator. As a Research Associate at the University of New South Wales, she studies STEM education and work. A former schoolteacher and museum educator, Isabelle has worked in museums in Australia and Canada and was the Co-founder and former Director of the Sydney Science Festival.

 

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