Meet Lisa Genova: REMEMBER Book Tour April 2021

Meet Lisa Genova: REMEMBER Book Tour April 2021

Do you want to hear Lisa Genova talk about her new book: Remember: The Science of Memory and the Art of Forgetting Join in: TUESDAY | APRIL 6 2021 8:00 PM/ET Tickets through Talk of the Stacks ​or THURSDAY | APRIL 8 2021 7:00 PM/ET Tickets through Where the Sidewalk Ends TED TALK: What you can do to prevent … Continued

Women Do Need A Lab of Their Own with Rita Colwell

Thank you to Thrive Global for publishing my article, “Women Do Need A Lab of Their Own with Rita Colwell.” In “A Lab of One’s Own: One Woman’s Personal Journey Through Sexism in Science,” Rita Colwell shares her six decade journey of incredible science, discoveries and sexism.  Colwell changed the world with her work to … Continued

The Feminist Future of STEM by Lisa Niver in Ms. Magazine

Ms. Magazine: The Scully Effect and the Feminist Future of STEM

Thank you to Ms. Magazine and Carmen Rios for publishing my article: “The Scully Effect and the Feminist Future of STEM” During summer vacation, STEM still matters. How can we keep young girls and women interested in technology and the most lucrative jobs that will define our future? The fourth annual AT&T SHAPE 2019 conference … Continued

Asia: A Traveling Chalkboard Champion

Lisa Niver Rajna: The Chalkboard Champion Who Teaches Her Students That Science and Geography Isn’t Scary Lisa Niver Rajna, an elementary science teacher from Los Angeles, California, is an amazing chalkboard champion. Lisa was born in Boston, Massachusetts in 1967, and earned her master’s degree in education from the University of Pennsylvania. In addition to her career … Continued

Bucket List: Exploring The World of Science

Exploring the World of Science: Adding to your Bucket List! For amateur scientists and keen travellers, it’s such a joy to visit places that combine these two things. There are thousands of opportunities to visit sights and experience the way in which our world continues to develop. From ancient sites of scientific interest to the latest … Continued

Lisa on National Television! (Video)

As a University of Pennsylvania Quaker, I feel a special kinship for Benjamin Franklin. I am impressed by all he did for our country in so many different realms. He was a true renaissance man. Here is one of my favorite quotes by him: “Hide not your talents, they were made for use. What’s a … Continued

In Westside Today: Local Brentwood Science Teacher Does Good

Thank you to  Amy Sommer for her article in Westside Today! I will be on NATIONAL TELEVISION on Saturday September 29 on KTLA’s Career Day. The article begins: On Saturday, September 29, 2012 KTLA’s “Career Day” will invite viewers in to science teacher Lisa Niver Rajna’s classroom and see first hand how she inspires her … Continued

Lisa on NATIONAL TV: Career Day on September 29, 2012

  CAREER DAY: a nationally-syndicated weekly TV series inspiring viewers of all ages to pursue their dreams jobs! 1pm Saturdays …   Set your TVs, DVRs, and TIVOs for CAREER DAY on September 29, 2012 to see Lisa Niver Rajna on National television.   Career Day spent an entire day filming science in action with … Continued

In the HUFFINGTON POST: Teachers Need a Village

My article appeared in the Huffington Post Education section last week. “Teachers Need a Village” is about the support that Educators need to do an excellent job. When I started a new job which required teaching seven grade levels, I created my own science teacher network in Los Angeles. As I said in the article, … Continued

We Said Go Travel

We Said Go Travel