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Science Channel hires math correspondent

The Science Channel announces the addition of Danica McKellar to its flagship series Brink as a math correspondent. McKellar, aka Winnie Cooper from The Wonder Years and Elsie Snuffin from The West Wing, has written two best selling books on math and holds a Bachelor of Science and Mathematics. The channel has also added many other prominent authors and journalists to its roster of science experts in this series who will join host Josh Zepps during special segments to provide insight on discoveries, developments and other science news. For more information see the release.
February 6, 2009

The Science Channel announces the addition of Danica McKellar to its flagship series Brink as a math correspondent. McKellar, aka Winnie Cooper from The Wonder Years and Elsie Snuffin from The West Wing, has written two best selling books on math and holds a Bachelor of Science and Mathematics. The channel also has also added many other prominent authors and journalists to its roster of science experts in this series who will join host Josh Zepps during special segments to provide insight on discoveries, developments and other science news. For more information see the release.

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