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          stem conference

          the purpose of the st. mark’s stem conference is to broaden students’ understanding of the sciences and to promote passions for careers in the sciences by inviting educated, successful professionals to visit st. mark’s. 

          past guests

          dr. rhonda bassel-duby ~ department of molecular biology at ut southwestern medical center
          karen morton ~ collections manager, perot museum of nature and science)
          bill woodburn ~ founding partner, global infrastructure partners

          jeremy ginsberg ’96 ~ software engineer; former vp of engineering at twitter
          will ferenc ’09 ~ lead sensors development engineer, spacex
          amy patrick ~ forensic engineer
          lydia pyne ~ science writer and historian

          mark stevens ’05 ~ software engineer, google
          dr. chess stetson ’97 ~ ceo, helynx, inc.
          dr. bradford hirsch ’87 ~ oncologist; senior medical director, flatiron health; co-founder, signalpath research
          dr. gary weinstein ~ chief of pulmonary/critical care, texas health presbyterian hospital
          carl zimmer ~ science writer, new york times contributor

          anna kuchment ~ scientific journalist
          dr. max klein ’00, ph.d. ~ cto of sci technology, inc.,
          heather olins ~ ph.d. candidate at harvard's department of organismic and evolutionary biology

          2014 conference guests
          dr. brett giroir ~ biomedical researcher
          dr. michael gould ~ agricultural engineer
          dr. david genecov ’82 ~ craniofacial and cosmetic surgeon
          dr. alan stern ’75 ~ planetary scientist

          st. mark’s school of texas

          10600 preston road
          dallas, texas 75230


          about us

          st. mark’s school of texas is a private, nonsectarian college-preparatory boys’ day school for students in grades 1 through 12, located in dallas, texas. st. mark’s aims to prepare young men to assume leadership and responsibility in a competitive and changing world.

          st. mark’s does not discriminate in the administration of its admission and education policies on the basis of race, color, religion, sexual orientation, or national or ethnic origin.

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