Where does science play a role in local business? Host Rebecca Dollinger talks with Kris Dollinger about all the ways she sees a great need for science in business today.
- Air filters
- Allergy considerations
- Breakroom refrigerator
- Even data management and anti-discrimination training!
All of those areas are scientific in nature, and there are even more on the horizon.
Do you have policies in place? Policies will help your employees engage with consumers in a predictable and reliable manner. Social scientists use tools like Python to analyze data sets related to human behavior.
Kris has spent hours working through analysis of fossils and mapping digs. Enjoy her candid discussion and lively description of her most acclaimed ‘once-in-a-lifetime’ find, Ellie May, the mammoth heard about in this podcast!
Kris is a bio-medical Anthropologist with a B.S. in Archaeology from Oregon State University and an MA in Anthropology from the University of Houston. Ms. Dollinger has published her thesis, “Cameras as Cultural Stressors in Changing the Immune System: Implications for NASA’s Astronaut Program” and was the head of the archaeology division for the Ellis County Mammoth Excavation, which is now on display at the Perot Museum in Dallas, TX. She currently serves as the Biology Laboratory Specialist for Lone Star College in Houston, TX.
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