In this week on the show, I’m bringing you another treasure from the vault – my Season 2 conversation with Krishna Kadiyala about her experience as a woman in the STEM space, and in particular about her decision to have children during the PhD.
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Krishna Kadiyala is an Assistant Professor of Computer Science at Texas Christian University. Prior to starting her PhD journey, she was Senior Network Engineer at AT&T Labs in Middletown, NJ for 3 years.
During Krishna’s PhD candidature, she’s also mothered two beautiful girls. She is passionate about learning, teaching and helping girls in Computer Science, and is an advocate for PhD moms and moms with young kids in academia.
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This episode’s resources:
- Krishna Kadiyala | LinkedIn
- Google I am Remarkable Program | Website
- Book by Brené Brown | The Gifts of Imperfection