STEMxm: The STEM Career 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 27: Laboratory without a PhD with Rosa Hoyle
Oct 15, 2017
STEMxm Episode 27 - Laboratory Research without a PhD, Rosa Hoyle "Forget about what you think people are thinking about you, and just try your hardest. That's the wonderful thing about science. People respect hard work and your results talk a lot more than your appearance... What people really care about in science is what you're publishing, what you're giving to the scientific community..." -Rosa Hoyle Rosa's LinkedIn Profile The laboratory Rosa works in is Dr. David Holtzman's Neuroscience Lab which is studying Alzheimers disease. Here are a few of the major items we discussed: Alzheimer's Disease Antibodies Plaques & tangles Ted Talk about Alzheimers that Mel mentioned: click here
Episodes of This Show
Jul 23, 2017
Jun 18, 2017
Jun 4, 2017
May 21, 2017
Rated 5 out of
STEM is where it's at—but how do you get there, especially if you're female or minority? Melissa, an engineer herself, talks with some great women who work in a broad range of STEM fields about their career paths. Everybody could use a mentor, and this podcast gives students role models, good advice on educational requirements, ideas of what kinds of jobs are out there and what skills and qualities they require, and what these women enjoy about their work. I love the recent episodes about women working in climate change-related fields.
Date published: 2017-07-21