The White House Champions of Change event celebrated thought leaders and entrepreneurs who are helping to solve our nation’s biggest challenges.
Some quality John humor courtesy of Merriam-Webster and my parents. Thanks. For more, see The Definition of John.
The Science Cheerleaders — scientists and engineers who are also current and former professional cheerleaders for the NBA, NFL and other pro sports leagues — performed at NASA’s headquarters in Washington, D.C. as part of the White House’s celebration of Women in History Month in March!
John mimes a General William Tecumseh Sherman monument in this photograph that does not include General William Tecumseh Sherman.
Science for Citizens produced a short video to show people just how easy it is to measure snow and contribute to research on climate change.
In a hilarious twist, neither Kel and I were judges in the Earth Sciences category. I know. Hi-larious.
No, he’s not throwing money, free trips to the Caribbean, or iTunes gift certificates to these Washington Wizards fans. He’s throwing Chipotle burritos. And they love him for it.
The video is funny because it depicts a cartoonishly disproportionate Teddy Roosevelt at a Nationals game. Ten points if you can spot George Washington, probably one of my favorite Presidents of all time.
On Tuesday, I had the opportunity to give a lightning talk at the Gov 2.0 Expo Keynote Kickoff. All of the talks were 5 minutes and consisted of 20 slides that auto-advance every 15 seconds. It was definitely a great experience. The title of my talk was, “You’ve Been Scienced: Communicating Military Science and Technology with […]
Yes, I came across this portrait of our 40th President at the very end of the White House tour, but that doesn’t mean it wasn’t destiny.