Welcome! And thank you for dropping by to visit the STEMxm website.
It is with a heavy heart that I must tell you that I will no longer be able to keep producing STEMxm. Unfortunately, the listenership has stagnated at a rather low point. I cannot justify the immense time commitment it takes for how few seem interested. However, several of you have been dedicated, engaged listeners – for that I thank you from the bottom of my heart, and I want to let you know that this may be the end of STEMxm, but I’m not finished making useful content.
If you would like to follow what’s coming next, you can still sign up on the STEMxm email list, and/or you can email me directly so we can discuss ideas for the next steps together.
Earlier in 2017…
In recent episodes, we’re covering some careers and research related to climate change. Check out episode 23 with Atmospheric Physicist, Dr. Haigh episode 24 with Theoretical Ecologist, Dr. Emily Moberg, Coral Reef Bleaching on 25 with Dr. Jessica Carilli, and then Sea Level Rise on 26 with Jennifer Walker!
Prior to the current climate change series, we did a mini-series on water and wastewater careers. Tracy Fanara, PhD is a manager at Mote Marine Laboratory and was featured on Myth Busters, The Search. Click the photo to see a video message from Tracy on adventures in Science!