Alie Ward, Ologies

Alie Ward, Ologies

Femology with Ologies' Alie Ward: Sex and Selfhood

Midday Council, 9/30/2022 1:30-3:00pm Eastern Time.


Emmy Award-winning science correspondent, host, and podcaster Alie Ward is an expert in curiosity, engaging audiences across mediums with her explorations in science, inventions, and food. Alie won a Daytime Emmy Award for her work as a correspondent for CBS’s The Henry Ford’s Innovation Nation with Mo Rocca, hosts Did I Mention Invention? on the CW, and appears on Netflix’s Brainchild and 100 Humans, and the Science Channel’s How to Build Everything. She is a Consulting Producer for the Obamas’ Higher Ground Productions on their Netflix shows Ada Twist, Scientist and Waffles & Mochi, making STEM and cooking fun and accessible for young audiences. Alie is best-known for her podcast Ologies, a comedic science podcast that consistently ranks among the top five science podcasts, captivating audiences and making us think outside the box.

Alie is a culinary host, appearing on the Cooking Channel’s Food: Fact or Fiction and Unique Sweets. She also created the Cooking Channel series Tripping Out with Alie and Georgia. Alie was a staff writer and editor for the Los Angeles Times, an on-air contributor for KTLA, and is a co-founder of the science communication collective Nerd Brigade. In 2022, Ologies won Best Science Podcast at the iHeart Awards, and continues to top "best of" lists in numerous publications. With her fascinating background and witty point of view, Alie inspires audiences to find and follow their passion, try something new, and let curiosity reign.


Instagram @alieward @ologies

Facebook @helloalieward


Danielle Krysa - Tumor Treasures

2019, acrylic paint, found jewelry, seashells, brass plate on wood panel, Various sizes, 8” round, 9”x12” shield, 11" x 14" oval

"Eight out of ten women will have to share their bodies with uterine cysts and or fibroids at some point in their lives. I am one of those women."

"I am choosing to envision them - through portraiture - as beautiful, crystal-covered, pink treasures that I’m currently housing. These abstract portraits are not only made up of paint and found images, but also crystals, random objects from the bottom of jewelry boxes, and piles of vintage costume jewelry — the most sparkly silver lining possible!"


Traci Johnson - “If you told me you were lonely , I’d run down the hill to be with you," 2022, Yarn, cloth, faux fur, 8’ x 3.5’

Johnson creates a healing space for themselves and others within their work, essentially a safe space. They are deeply affected by traumas and how the human mind, soul and body can be soothed by a moment. 



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