Cell Phones, Dopamine, and Development: Barbara Jennings at TEDxABQ
Dr. Barbara Jennings is a member of the technical staff at Sandia National Laboratories, a part-time instructor at Central New Mexico Community College, and a lifelong learner who pursues her interests in the spirit of a knowledge seeker. She has worked as a youth counselor, computer programmer, college instructor, and research engineer. Dr. Jennings’ desire to understand why technical professionals were reticent to share knowledge led her to complete a Ph.D at the University of New Mexico.
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