Dr. Anna Powers is currently inspiring and teaching science to non-science students at NYU. Dr. Powers is an award-winning university lecturer, scientist and a mentor. She is a recipient of the Global STEM Leadership Award from the American Chemical Society CM&E Group, for her work in education. Dr. Powers is the first woman in 50 years to receive such an honor. The College of Arts and Science at NYU also recognized her talent of communicating scientific principals accessibly to non-STEM students; she was a recipient of the Distinguished Teaching Award, which was presented to only 6 instructors across NYU’s 50 departments.
Academically, Dr. Powers has consistently showed incredible promise as a top student. During her graduate studies, she was nominated for the Graduate School of Arts and Dissertation Fellowship, which selects the best doctoral thesis in each department. For her research work, Dr. Powers has been rewarded with numerous research fellowships, travel grants, and public speaking engagements at prestigious institutions including: Cambridge University, Tel-Aviv University, and the American Chemical Society.
Professionally, Dr. Powers has co-authored a study guide to a textbook, that was written to teach science to non-science students, to be published by Oxford University Press. She has also served as an education consultant for New York City public high schools to strategically develop their science and technology curriculum.
Dr. Powers has a passion for teaching science and mentoring others; she aspires to be an empowering role model for young women worldwide to pursue their dreams.
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