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40 minutes | 8 days ago
S3 Ep 4: Exams in Kindergarten ft. Athulya Nambiar
Athulya Nambiar is a second-year engineering student at the University of Waterloo with her own start up tailored towards self defense and women who have experienced sexual violence. Having lived in India for most of her childhood as well as facing serious health concerns, Athulya has had a unique experience with academics and STEM. Content warning: this episode lightly touches on sexual violence.
35 minutes | a month ago
S3 Ep. 3: Move to Europe and become a Quantum Physicist ft. Scarlett Gauthier
In the third episode of Season 3 Scarlett, a masters student in quantum technology, speaks on how she entered the field, her passion for yoga and climbing, differing perspectives on work-life balance between Canada and the Netherlands, and overcoming imposter syndrome.
41 minutes | 2 months ago
S3 Ep. 2: From SCOBYs in Sudbury to QuARMS at Queen’s ft. Marika Moskalyk
In our second episode of season 3 Marika Moskalyk discusses how encouragement, exploration, and everyday learning led her to her path of becoming a doctor through the Queen’s Accelerated Route to Medical School program
55 minutes | 4 months ago
S3 Ep. 1: Big Girl Summer ft. Lisa Wight, Nicole Ooi, and Amy Shelton
For our first episode of season 3 we spoke with WiSE president Lisa alongside WiSE vice presidents Nicole and Amy. We discussed how they got involved in STEM, the process of adjusting to a new normal, and what to do when you don’t get your big girl summer.
38 minutes | a year ago
S2 Ep. 1 Jill Koebel & Kenzie Spence
For our first episode of season 2, we chatted with our presidential team about their time at Queen’s, reflecting on the good and the bad, as they both approach graduation. We discuss challenges faced throughout their university careers, projects and work they are proud of, and what is to come next. Listen to the premier episode with new hosts, Laura and Skylar to get a little insight on the lives of life science and engineering students!
39 minutes | a year ago
Ep. 4 with Dr. Louise Meunier
For this episode, we are interviewing Professor Louise Meunier from Queen’s University. Dr. Meunier is an assistant professor in the Chemical Engineering department whose research is focused on the toxicity of contaminants in soil and risk assessment on environmental and human health. She discussed her experience from undergrad degree to getting a Ph.D. in a male dominated school and as well as her love of teaching.
32 minutes | 2 years ago
Ep 3 – with Hallie Prescott and Leanne Dube
For this episode, we are interviewing 2018-2019 Queen’s WiSE vice presidents, Hallie Prescott and Leanne Dube. Hallie is the external VP of WiSE while Leanne is the internal VP. They have both been involved on WiSE for many years here at Queen’s University. Today they are here to discuss their roles, differences, and their experiences as females in the STEM.
36 minutes | 2 years ago
Ep 2 – with Dr. Roshni Rainbow
For this episode, we are interviewing a very special guest, Professor Roshni Rainbow. Dr Rainbow is an assistant professor here at Queen’s in the Mechanical Engineering Department. She discussed her path to academia and her experiences as a woman in engineering.
41 minutes | 2 years ago
Ep 1 – with Meghann Grenier
Our first episode features Meghann Grenier, the president of Queen’s WiSE 2018-2019. Meghann shares her experience in studying and working in the engineering field as a woman. She also talks about how she joined WiSE and the benefits that she earned through such involvement. Tune in to hear about Meghann’s path from high school to starting her career!
5 minutes | 2 years ago
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