After engaging in several failed relationships and realizing she had been attracted to the wrong men, Dawn embarked on a journey to study the elephant in the room: love. The result was ground-breaking findings that now benefit millions of love seekers worldwide. With the help of TEDx's education division, Dawn created one of the most viewed videos on the science of attraction. Her deeper explanation of the topic (love) and its different stages has been hailed by many people, both young and old, whether in a relationship or not.
Why you should book Dawn Maslar for your next event
- Dawn is a popular, diverse college speaker. You will like how she breaks down love and relationship concepts in simple plain language. She has a wowing stage performance.
- As a highly sought-after expert, Dawn has been featured on some of the world’s big platforms, including TEDxed, Daytime TV, FOX 31, and NPR. She has also occasionally commented on online media outlets, including yourtango.com, cupidspulse.com, and sheknows.com.
- Being an adjunct biology professor, Dawn has invested in books to be what she is. She is a respected go-to authority on love matters.
Maslar, an adjunct professor at Kaplan University, is synonymous with college biology. With 10+ years of teaching experience safely under her belt, her academic credentials and knowledge in the subject are not in doubt. She has taught at various institutions, including Broward College and Nova Southeastern University, both full-time and adjunct.
If you’re a frequent visitor to scienceofrelationship.com, you may have realized that Dawn’s name features on the site prominently. That’s because she is one of the contributing authors to this well-known platform, which brings together a team of leading scientific relationship researchers and experts.
Besides scienceofrelationship.com, Dawn has also been featured in numerous magazines, journals, newspapers, blogs, TV shows, and other platforms. These include Wall Street Journal, Fox News Magazine, South Florida Today, Tampa Morning Blend, Today in Nashville, WESH TV, Gulf Coast Magazine, NPR, and The Huffington Post.
If you’re a fan of The Great Love Experiment, a fun interactive show, then it is worth noting that that’s a brainchild of none other than Dawn. The show has a segment known as Factors of Attraction, which brings the audience on board as participants in a sniff test to determine whether or not there is a match.
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