And The Winner Is...Science! : Short Wave Camille Schrier, a 24-year-old pharmacy student, competed in the Miss Virginia pageant over the summer with a "talent" that caught our attention. It put her love of science center stage. On today's episode, we tell you how she won her state crown. This Thursday, Camille may have a chance to show off that talent again under a much bigger spotlight, Miss America 2020. Follow host Maddie Sofia on Twitter @maddie_sofia. Email the show at shortwave@npr.org.
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And The Winner Is...Science!

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And The Winner Is...Science!

And The Winner Is...Science!

And The Winner Is...Science!

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Camille Schrier won the Miss Virginia pageant in June. She's now competing to be Miss America 2020. Donald Kravitz/Getty Images hide caption

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Camille Schrier won the Miss Virginia pageant in June. She's now competing to be Miss America 2020.

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Camille Schrier, a 24-year-old pharmacy student, competed in the Miss Virginia pageant over the summer with a "talent" that caught our attention. It put her love of science center stage. On today's episode, we tell you how she won her state crown. This Thursday, Camille may have a chance to show off that talent again under a much bigger spotlight, Miss America 2020. Follow host Maddie Sofia on Twitter @maddie_sofia. Email the show at shortwave@npr.org.

This episode was produced by Rebecca Davis and edited by Viet Le.