Sarah Olson is an undergraduate student at Oregon State University majoring in microbiology with a certificate in science writing. She currently works full-time at an independent bookstore curating their science and math sections and managing their social media. She has been a travel fellow with both the National Association of Science Writers (2018) and the New York Academy of Sciences (2017). She holds awards from the academy and the California Internship and Work Experience Association for her work promoting inclusiveness in STEM. She has previously interned as a science communicator for Purdue University News Service and hopes to work as a science writer for a research institution for her future career. Sarah also writes about feminism and religion, and is a top writer in feminism on Medium.
- The Cult of the Good Christian Woman, Medium feature in feminism
- Faith Challenged – Finding Science in Trumplandia, ABC Science Friction Radio Show
- Gods and Robots by Adrienne Mayor, book review for Science Magazine
- Mapping the Brain with Data Science, Purdue University press release
- Losing the doubt: How scientists can make the change from “aspiring” to actual, guest post for Shenova Science Fashion
- California models regulations on high-emission industries, NASW coverage of 2018 AAAS Meeting
- Imagining the Next 100 Years of Science and Technology, New York Academy of Sciences Magazine, Fall 2017 Issue