Video Gallery


NSB MEMBERS and ALUMNI



Diane Souvaine, NSB Chair

Comparison of S&E among countries
On Interesting Findings in Indicators
On US R&D investment
On Women and Minorities in Indicators

Ellen Ochoa, NSB Vice Chair

On Becoming an Astronaut
On Encouraging Students to Pursue STEM
On Encouraging Minorities & Women to Pursue STEM
On How Traveling to Space Changed Her Perspective on Life
On the National Science Foundation’s Mission
On Her Career at NASA
Investing in Scientific Research

Vinton Cerf

On Expanding Internet Access
On Exponential Phenomenon
On Funding Research
On the NSF and NSB
On Global Competition
On Google
On Hearing Assistive Technology
On Inspiring Young Minds
On Postioning America as a Science Leader
On the NSF
On the Future of the Internet

Vicki Chandler

On Getting Her Start at a Community College
On Minerva School’s Innovative Education Model
On How Minerva School Prepares Science Students for Success
On the Exciting Future of Science
On the Benefits of Community Colleges & Growing the Skilled Technical Workforce
On What Sets the National Science Board Apart

Robert Groves

On Data and the Private Sector
On Natural Sciences vs. Social Sciences
On the 2018 Science and Engineering Indicators
On Science Literacy
On Tools of Measurement
On the Growth of Science in the United States

James Jackson

On Brain Development and Culture
On NSF’s Support of Basic Research
On Social and Behavior Science
On the National Science Board
On Studying Race and Ethnicity
On the Discovering Social Psychology
On Brain Development and Culture

Victor McCrary

On What Makes America Great
On the U.S. Skilled Technical Workforce
On the National Science Foundation
On serving on the National Science Board
Advice for Science and Engineering Students
On Federal Funding for Research
On Being an Innovator

Geri Richmond

On the STEM Workforce
On Talent Development
On the Challenges Facing Fundamental Research
On the 2018 Science and Engineering Indicators