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June 14, 2015 – Pretty Brilliant: A Pretty Brainy Program
May 9, 2014 – How To Get Girls To Like STEM
Television and Radio
Dec. 2, 2013 – STEM Students Zoe Cirillo and Kylee Rinker Join Pretty Brainy CEO Heidi Olinger on Colorado’s Best
Nov. 7, 2013 – Girls in STEM Learning & Fashion Design
Aug. 4, 2013 – Girls Using Science, Math for Fashion
Apr. 13, 2012 – Clothing as Communication: Colorado Matters Host Ryan Warner Interviews Pretty Brainy Founder Heidi Olinger
Oct. 13, 2009 – Steamboat Today Host Harper Louden Interviews Pretty Brainy CEO Heidi Olinger
The Coloradoan reports on Pretty Brilliant, a service learning project in which engineering majors from Colorado State University are mentoring girls in middle and high school as they design the lighting for a Habitat for Humanity home for a single mother and her children.
InnovatioNews reports on Pretty Brilliant and how the program is engaging girls in STEAM by combining philanthropy, the science of electricity, and engineering design thinking.
InnovatioNews reports on #ChangeThePattern, an initiative launched by eBay Creative Director Kate Lindeen to promote, and urge girls’ engagement in, STEAM. Collaborating with Lindeen is Terri Fry Kasuba, who is donating profits from her art series, Full STEAM Ahead, to Pretty Brainy.
In this TED Talk, education expert and Pretty Brainy CEO Heidi Olinger outlines the four things we must do to engage girls in STEM right now in the Digital Age, when neither girls nor the U.S. can afford to be STEM illiterate.
In a Cyber Monday feature, Colorado’s Best invites Pretty Brainy to demonstrate the eco fashion and soil science lessons of its program in the STEM of fashion design. Host Paula Haddock interviews STEM students Zoe Cirillo and Kylee Rinker, with Pretty Brainy CEO Heidi Olinger.
Ken Campbell, host of KRFC 88.9 FM Community Spotlight, talks with Pretty Brainy CEO Heidi Olinger about how she’s combining art, science, and math to create STEM workshops for girls.
Inside a Pretty Brainy STEM-fashion design workshop: photo gallery of girls in STEM learning by Fort Collins Coloradoan chief photographer Richard Haro.
KUSA 9News Denver reports on Pretty Brainy’s use of fashion design to expand how girls experience STEM. 9News anchor TaRhonda Thomas interviews STEM student Sadie Buggle and Pretty Brainy CEO Heidi Olinger.
InnovatioNews features Pretty Brainy’s upcoming STEAM workshops July 30, Aug. 6, and Aug. 13 at ArtLab in Fort Collins.
InnovatioNews reports on the partnership between Pretty Brainy and Aleph Objects, whose donation of a Lulzbot 3D Printer is making it possible for girls to create technology in a new Pretty Brainy program.
In this news brief, STEMcareer.com points out that too few girls are interested in science and math, and points to Pretty Brainy as a solution.
- Pretty Brainy Inspires Girls to Pursue Careers in Math and Sciences
- Clothing as Communication
- Girl Caught
- Mom’s Choice Awards Names Pretty Brainy Smart Tees Gold Recipient in Gear & Accessories
- ’Tween Fashion Fills the Gaps
- Preteen Girls Express Career Goals That Rely on Math and Science
- Only ’Tween Clothing Company in U.S. Moves to Fort Collins