The STEMxm Podcast
About This Show
The STEMxm Podcast: Highlighting Women and Minorities in the career fields of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM).
The STEMxm podcast is a show about Science, Tech, Engineering & Math (STEM) careers. It is hosted by @MelTheEngineer. Most show episodes will feature a guest interview with a woman from a field of Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics and will cover topics such as how to get into that STEM career field, what that path's education requirements are like, and the interviewees recommendations for being successful in that field or sector.
Learn more at www.STEMxm.com.
Most Recent Episode
STEMxm 23: Atmospheric Physics with Dr. Joanna Haigh
5 days ago
STEMxm Episode 23 - Atmospheric Physics with Dr. Joanna Haigh This is the 1st episode in a series on Climate Change careers. Dr. Joanna Haigh has been Co-Director of the Grantham Institute at Imperial College since 2014. For the previous 5 years she was Head of the Department of Physics. Joanna's scientific interests include radiative transfer in the atmosphere, climate modelling, radiative forcing of climate change and the influence of solar irradiance variability on climate. She has published widely on these topics in the scientific literature and also contributed to numerous items to the written and broadcast popular media. She has been President of the Royal Meteorological Society, Editor of Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society and of the Journal of Atmospheric Sciences, a Lead Author on the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change and acted on many UK and international panels. She is a Fellow of the Royal Society, the Institute of Physics, the City & Guilds and the Royal Meteorological Society and an Honorary Fellow of Somerville College Oxford. She was awarded the Institute of Physics Charles Chree Medal and Prize 2004, the Royal Meteorological Society Adrian Gill Prize 2010 and appointed CBE in the 2013 New Years Honours. Articles featuring Dr. Haigh British scientist face a 'huge hit' if the US cuts climate change research Scientist warns global warming is a run away train Discussion Topics: Meteorology