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Welcome to ‘Planted: Finding your roots in STEM careers,’ we are here to introduce you to some professionals that have interesting and diverse careers and the journey they took to get there. These plant professionals do everything from teaching people about the natural world, unlocking the secrets of DNA, and traveling the world to save unique species. Explore the journey, by listening to the episode that matches your interest, or mirrors your journey towards a STEM career.
 
Interested in astronomy, but don't know what you would do with an astronomy degree? Interested in majoring in science, but don't know if you want to be a doctor? We're here for you! STEMelanated pathways interviews Black, Brown, and Indigenous folks in STEM careers, STEM education, and STEM hobbies. STEMelanated pathways will also explore the history of STEM in these communities and cultures. STEM is and has always been for everyone.STEM pathways and destinations vary. Don't let anyone convi ...
 
A weekly podcast to help you navigate your Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematica careers with utmost confidence! A show where you’ll learn strategize, tools and advice from expert guests and your lovely host Prasha S Dutra about how to believe in your brilliance & conquer the world of male dominated careers. Learn how to live a well rounded life in STEM & beyond!
 
The STEMpowered Women podcast is brought to you by Sistas in STEM, a platform aimed toward empowering women of color in their daily lives and their passion for science, tech, engineering, and math. Join host Brittany A. J. Miriki as she interviews boss women for inspiration, career advice, health tips, and more. We’re pushing the voices of Black women and women of color in STEM to the forefront to bring our community together. You’re not alone, Sis. We’ve got you!
 
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WATCH THIS MOM STEM!! From engineering to manufacturing to R&D and all the way to becoming a strategic marketing professional, our guest today Paula Garcia Todd has manuvered her career in STEM very carefully and efficiently. In this interview, we will get to know Paula's STEM story and her best advice on how to strategically manuever your own care…
 
Welcome to our very first episode of the South West STEM chats. In this first episode Sara chats to Lindsay Lucas, the Managing Director of the IT company Software Solved. Lindsay talks about how she handles the business challenges of the pandemic, how she motivates her team and how she got to where she is today. She reveals how she did in school, …
 
Few quick steps to start facing any crisis that comes your way! With India and the rest of world back in the grip of COVID-19, its essential we talk about this important and urgent skill for minorities in STEM and beyond. Call to action: Send this quick and sincere message to your colleagues and friends in COVID hot spots - "Hi {first name}, Heard …
 
Dr. Washington is currently in the final year of her nephrology fellowship. In this episode, we chat about the challenges of moving to a different region, setting yourself up for success in medical school, and not being afraid to apply to your dream schools and jobs. We also show our alma mater, Tougaloo College, some love. The Drs. Washington Podc…
 
Join authors Rajani LaRocca and Artemis Roehrig as they chat with wildlife population geneticist and children's book author L.E. Carmichael about wolves, forensics, and writing like a scientist. To find out more about L.E. Carmichael and her books, visit her website! Books recommended on this episode: Out of the Ice: How Climate Change Is Revealing…
 
One of the reasons why we need more women in STEM is to help bridge the income gap between men and women around the world. STEM jobs pay ~34% more than average job in the US & financial freedom that these jobs can afford can give women the opportunity to have a seat at all the tables. Our guest today, Nikki Beesetti is a crypto currency enthusiast,…
 
Her STEM Story is back with new branding, new opportunities to connect with the host & guests and brand new episodes! Join us for LIVE STREAM every Sunday, subscribe here to never miss a live episode. Check out our new website & nominate your favorite woman in STEM to be on the show : https://prashadutra.com/her-stem-story Follow us on IG & all soc…
 
Today's episode is the journey of Dr. Tamera Hughes PharmD/PhD. We discuss community pharmacy v. retail pharmacy, transitions happening towards value-based care in community pharmacy to integrate pharmacists beyond the counter, pursuing a dual degree, and her work on improving care in communities of color. Music courtesy of https://www.purple-plane…
 
Join authors Rajani LaRocca and Artemis Roehrig while they talk with web designer and middle grade author Gail Villanueva. For more information about Gail and her books, visit her website Books recommended on this episode: A Garden in Your Belly: Meet the Microbes in Your Gut (Masha D'Yans) What Miss Mitchell Saw (Hayley Barrett (Author) Diana Sudy…
 
In this episode, we discuss the career every 90s kid dreamed of after watching Free Willy, marine science! Leslie Townsell and I discuss marine science, climate change, the costs of applying to grad school, the importance of mentors, and more. Leslie is a very proud Spelman graduate whose story shows us your path in STEM can have many twists and tu…
 
Join authors Rajani LaRocca and Artemis Roehrig as we talk to neuroscientist and children's book author Laura Gehl. To find out more about Laura and her books check out her website Books recommended on this episode: Earth! My First 4.54 Billion Years (McAnulty/ Litchfield) The Last Marshmallow (Lin) Girl Versus Squirrel (Barrett/ Adriani) Find out …
 
In this episode, we discuss getting a Ph.D. in math, what you can do with a degree in math (hint: it's so much), and Dr. Woods shows us that a setback isn't the end if you don't want it to be. Music: https://www.purple-planet.com Profile of Dr. Woods: https://mathematicallygiftedandblack.com/honorees/zerotti-woods/ Dr. Woods Instagram: Zerotti Wood…
 
Join authors Rajani LaRocca and Artemis Roehrig while we talk to children's book author/illustrator and pediatrician Dow Phumiruk about pictures, pediatrics and 12-Color Pens! Learn more about Dow on her website! Books Recommended on this Episode: The Last Straw: Kids vs. Plastics (Hood/Engel) Ada Twist, Scientist (Beaty/Roberts) Can You Crack the …
 
In this episode, Dr. Mitchell and I discuss her journey to becoming a retail pharmacist, some of the challenges she's faced along the way, and her advice to potential pharmacists. We also discuss Dr. Mitchell's hobby as a fiber artist and our mutual hobby of participating in races. Music: https://www.purple-planet.com You can find Aftan's fabric ar…
 
Join authors Rajani LaRocca and Artemis Roehrig while we talk to children's book author and computer scientist Laurie Wallmark about Biographies, Dinosaurs, & Computer Science! Find out more about Laurie Wallmark on her website. Books recommended on this episode: The Reason for the Seasons (Peterson) Beastly Bionics: Rad Robots, Brilliant Biomicry,…
 
Join Rajani LaRocca and Artemis Roehrig while we talk to nonfiction children's book author Melissa Stewart (who has degrees in biology and science journalism) about nonfiction, finding stories, and structure vs function. Find out more about Melissa on her website. Books recommended in this episode: Save the Crash Test Dummies (Swanson/Grooms) Cross…
 
Join hosts Rajani LaRocca and Artemis Roehrig as they chat with picture book author and extramural research integrity officer/ molecular biologist Patricia Valdez about Komodo dragons, the importance of role models, and Spy Hunting. Find out more about Patricia and her books on her website! STEM books recommended on this episode: Just Right: Search…
 
Join hosts Rajani LaRocca and Artemis Roehrig as they chat with middle grade author and software engineer Aimee Lucido about Java, "bark" mitzfah, and forms of writing. Find out more about Aimee and her books on her website! STEM books recommended on this episode: Secret Coders (Yang/Holmes) The Animals Would Not Sleep! (Levine/ Alvarez Miguens) Be…
 
Join Rajani and Artemis as they talk to raptor biologist and KidLit author Jane Veltkamp about raptors, 3D printing, and writing for a cause. Visit Jane's website: https://www.birdsofpreynorthwest.org/ Buy Beauty and the Beak Books recommended in this episode: Scientists Get Dressed (Rose) The Mutant Mushroom Takeover (Short) Snowflake Bentley (Mar…
 
In this episode, I interviewed Chiung-Wei is a PhD chemistry student, a science blogger and a mom of two. She was born and raised in Taiwan where she completed her BS and MS in chemistry. Being a first generation immigrant, she strives to use her voice to help the world see a holistic side of a scientist who writes about science and family, and sup…
 
Rajani and Artemis talk to software developer and children's book author Karen Strong about technology, haints, and "debugging a book." Learn more about Karen and her books on her website: https://www.karen-strong.com/ Purchase Just South of Home Books recommended on this episode: How to Code A Rollercoaster (Funk/Palacios) Feathers: Not Just for F…
 
This episode is sponsored by IBM MASTER THE MAINFRAME sign up before January 17th, 2020 to win prizes and meet top global employers - https://masterthemainframe.com/?utm_source=herstemstory&utm_medium=podcast In this episode, we discuss the importance of diversity in making healthcare systems work for minorities with Jocelyn Ashford, who leads the …
 
This episode is sponsored by IBM MASTER THE MAINFRAME sign up before January 17th, 2020 to win prizes and meet top global employers - https://masterthemainframe.com/?utm_source=herstemstory&utm_medium=podcast In this episode, I got to interview Toyin Alli, our very first woman in mathematics. She is a former McNair Scholar who received her PhD in M…
 
Rajani and Artemis talk to physician and children's book author Sayantani DasGupta about narrative medicine, fantasy and "kids like me". Learn more about Christine and her books on her website: http://www.sayantanidasgupta.com/ Purchase Kiranmala and the Kingdom Beyond Books recommended on this episode: 100 Bugs!: A Counting Book (Narita/Kaufman) H…
 
Today, I'm discussing 10 STEM side hustles and alternative career paths you can take. You might be able to earn some extra cash or find a career that better suits your interests. Host: Brittany A.J. Miriki (@BrittanyAJoy) Website: SistasinSTEM.org Social Media: @TheSistasinSTEM Instagram Twitter Facebook YouTube…
 
Have you spent years learning about engineering, biology, or chemistry, and thought to yourself - “This ain’t really for me.” You love the concepts, but you rather apply them in different ways. Maybe you belong in a non-traditional STEM career! Patent law is just one of many careers you can explore. Today, we’re going to hear from patent attorney, …
 
STEM Woman and KidLit author Jennifer Swanson talks with Artemis and Rajani about chemistry, cars, and Cousteau. Jennifer's website: https://jenniferswansonbooks.com/ Jennifer's podcast: https://solveitforkids.com/ Books recommended in this episode: Water is Water (Paul/Chin) An Egg is Quiet (Aston/Long) http://www.steamteambooks.com/ For more info…
 
Corina Newsome is a wildlife conservationist conducting field research in rural Georgia, which is a long way from her hometown of Philly. The town has plantation museums glorifying slavery and her work site is down the road from where Ahmaud Arbery was killed - Why is she still there, you ask? It’s the passion for her work! She loves birds and all …
 
Dr. Aaleeyah Pringle Alim, dentist and creator of #ToothTuesday, is sharing her expertise with us on oral health. Did you know that your oral health is connected to your overall health? She’s breaking it all down for us. Knocking down dental myths, exposing how the lack of healthcare in underserved communities affects us long-term, and she’s even a…
 
Rajani and Artemis talk to engineer and children's book author Christine Taylor-Butler about engineering, aliens, and STEAM vs STEM. Learn more about Christine and her books on her website: ChristineTaylorButler.com Purchase The Lost Tribes Books recommended on this episode: A Seed Is The Start (Stewart) Twinderella, A Fractioned Fairy Tale (Schwar…
 
Switching jobs can be tricky, but switching industries and leaping into a new career is no joke. Throughout this season I’ll share little bits about my journey breaking into my new tech role. When I started, I spent 2 months in a bootcamp learning the fundamentals required to succeed as a pre-sales system engineer. With a background primarily in Me…
 
I'm kicking off season 2 with some news!! I QUIT MY JOB! I quit my mechanical engineering job, started a new one in tech, and have been busy ever since. I've been so wrapped up in ramping up in my new role that I never got to share the news with you. I have a few tips for those who may feel like they're stuck in jobs that don't align with their pur…
 
Rajani and Artemis talk to product designer and children’s book creator Vicky Fang about math, musicals, and mixed up pets! To purchase signed copies of Vicky’s books click here. Learn more about Vicky on her website: https://vickyfang.com/ Books recommended in this episode: Baby Loves the Senses (Spiro/Chan) Dozens of Doughnuts (Finison/Farley), W…
 
Even the craziness of 2020 couldn't stop the STEMpowered Women Podcast from coming back! Are you ready for Season 2?! Time to hear more stories and career advice from amazing Black women in STEM. We have so much in store for you! Subscribe, Rate us 5 STARS, and Share the show with a friend. Host: Brittany A.J. Miriki (@BrittanyAJoy) Website: Sistas…
 
In this episode , I got to interview Anna Ampaw, a PhD student, an emerging SciCommer and a passionate educator. She strives to share my knowledge and try to eliminate the idea of science being difficult. Growing up in different areas of Canada, she was usually one of the only few "dark-skinned" females in my classes, and then when she got into a s…
 
Today, I am talking to Masha also known as Coding Blonde on Instagram. She is an entrepreneur, content creator, educator, ex-googler, stereotype challenger and a girl with big dreams and ambitions. She is the founder of Coding Blonde, a blog dedicated to empowering women in technology and breaking stereotypes. Masha’s mission is to empower Women in…
 
Surbhi is the CEO and co-founder of Symbl.ai. At Symbl, she is building the programmable platform to empower developers to deploy conversational intelligence in their collaboration products and workflows. She co-founded Symbl (previously Rammer.ai) almost 2 years back and was a part of Techstars Seattle ’19 class, following which the company raised…
 
In this episode, I interview Miss America 2020 Camille Schrier who holds two degrees from Virginia Tech: Biochemistry and Systems Biology, is pursuing her Doctor of Pharmacy from Virginia Commonwealth University. You know her from her showcase of the catalytic decomposition of hydrogen peroxide for her talent presentation. A First time Miss America…
 
I am still riding the excitement of this year's Wonder Women in STEM Online Conference 2020! This is the 3rd Annual online conference that I have hosted and every year it keeps getting bigger and more engaging. In this episode, I share with you 3 ways to become a Wonder Woman in STEM even if you missed the event. Come join us in 2021 NOW!!! Sign up…
 
In this solo episode, I will breakdown the 3 reasons why you are stuck in your STEM career and give you 3 exercises to start getting UNSTUCK right away!! Listen now but make sure you have notebook by your side. Attend this year's most engaging online conference on July 25-26th. GET EARLY BIRD TICKETS FOR $99 ONLY NOW: Wonder Women in STEM 2020 Onli…
 
In this episode, we chat with Mariah Peart, a recent graduate of a Master of Science in Civil Engineering Program from Georgia Southern University and a content creator on Instagram & Youtube. Listen now to learn about: 1. What got Mariah interested in Civil engineering? 2. How she uses lasers and drones in her civil engineering work? 3. Her experi…
 
In the last few weeks, I have been thinking about how I can create sustainable change in my life and my business. This week I am excited to share my 4 core values and why you should care? My values are inspired by the Black Lives Matter Movement and the leaders that led us through these challenging times. This time has taught us to think differentl…
 
In this episode, Cheryl Lau shares her STEM story and the importance of a personal brand in STEM and how you can get started. By day, Cheryl is an aspiring researcher in social welfare and an incoming Ph.D. student based in Hong Kong. By night, she's an online personal branding strategist who helps early-stage researchers and professionals develop …
 
In 2017, I was lost, anxious, complacent, and unhappy with my career. In this episode, I walk you through my story of discovering my superpower in STEM and how it changed my life. Find your own STEM Superpower now, TAKE THIS FREE QUIZ NOW!! Share your answers with me by sending me a message on Instagram.…
 
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