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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.
 
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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!
 
“STEM Professionals Chat” is a unique interview series by the iSTEMCare. We are engaging in thoughtful conversations with both early-career and established STEM professionals across the globe who have made rather unconventional career choices. “STEM professionals chat” as a platform intends to highlight their career journeys as a means to draw attention, spread awareness, and increase the acceptance towards STEM career options beyond just academia and industry. In these uncertain times when ...
 
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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Join children's book authors Rajani LaRocca and Artemis Roehrig as they talk to software engineer and children's book author Songju Ma Daemicke about STEM Across Cultures. Books recommended on this episode: Whole Whale Karen Yin (Author) Nelleke Verhoeff (Illustrator) Queen of Physics: How Wu Chien Shiung Helped Unlock the Secrets of the Atom Teres…
 
Join children's book authors Rajani LaRocca and Artemis Roehrig as they talk to oceanographic researcher and children's book author Padma Venkatraman about Oceanography & Compassion. Books Recommended on this Episode: Usha and the Big Digger Amitha Jagannath Knight (Author) Sandhya Prabhat (Illustrator) Why Do We See Rainbows? by Melissa Stewart Al…
 
Join children's book authors Rajani LaRocca and Artemis Roehrig as they talk to transportation analyst (with a degree in civil engineering) and children's book author Hannah Holt about Connections (Roundabouts, Writing, and Underwear). Books recommended on this episode: Mae Among the Stars Roda Ahmed (Author) Stasia Burrington (Illustrator) The Oce…
 
Join children's book authors Rajani LaRocca and Artemis Roehrig as they talk to agronomist and Newbery Honor-winning author Margarita Engle about Plants, Poetry, and Persistence. Books recommended on this episode: Sniffer Dogs: How Dogs (and Their Noses) Save the World Nancy Castaldo (Author) The Boy Who Dreamed of Infinity: A Tale of the Genius Ra…
 
Welcome to the seventh episode of STEM Professionals Chat where we bring to you the journey of Dr. Debjit Dutta, who has a strong research background and decided to pivot for a career in business development, innovation, and licensing. He currently is the Innovation lead at Sanofi. Dr. Dutta completed his Ph.D. in Biological Chemistry from the Univ…
 
Welcome to the eighth episode of STEM Professionals Chat where we bring to you the journey of Dr. Parag Mahanti, who has a doctorate degree in Chemistry and Chemical Biology from Cornell University, and currently works at Novartis as the Director of investor relations. He is the founder of GradGrid, a community that focuses on post-graduate career …
 
Welcome to the sixth episode of STEM Professionals Chat where we bring to you an exciting journey of Dr. Vipul Sharma. Dr. Sharma earned his Ph.D. in Cardiovascular developmental biology from the renowned University of Newcastle in the UK. Although he always aspired to pursue research and academia, he decided to diversify his interests first during…
 
Welcome to the fifth episode of STEM Professionals Chat where we bring to you the journey of one of our own, iSTEMCare’ s advisory members, Dr. Cheryl Travaso. Dr. Travaso holds a Ph.D. in Applied Biology from the renowned cancer research center – ACTREC, Tata Memorial Centre, Mumbai, India. Cheryl had a strong desire for pursuing cancer research f…
 
Your career is your responsibility and you have more control over it than you realize. Being in the driver's seat of your career can be overwhelming. To help you overcome EXACTLY that, we are talking to Richa Bansal, Founder and CEO, Pinkcareers + Sr. Advisor Corporate Strategy, Cistel. With ​​a Bachelors in Mechanical from IIT, Delhi, Masters in M…
 
Stephanie Espy joins me for a quick lunch chat to discuss all about her upcoming keynote at this year's Wonder Women in STEM 2021 Online Conference. July 25th Stephanie will open day 2 of our event and we are super excited to hear all about this amazing topic. Join us on July 21st at 12:30pm EST for this amazing chat. Get your tickets to the event …
 
Join authors Artemis Roehrig and Rajani LaRocca as we talk with computer engineer and children's book author Darshana Khiani about everything from semiconductors to saris . Find out more about Darshana on her website. Books recommended on this episode: The Truth about Bears: Seriously Funny Facts about Your Favorite Animals Maxwell Eaton (Author) T…
 
Join authors Artemis Roehrig and Rajani LaRocca as we talk with science educator and children's book author/illustrator Sarah Lynne Reul about Food, Dollhouses, and Drawing Animals. Find out more about Sarah on her website. Books recommended on this episode: Friendbots: Blink and Block Make a Wish Vicky Fang (Author) Our House Is on Fire: Greta Thu…
 
Caitlin Hirschler is a materials engineer from Georgia Tech, currently working in world's largest wire and cable manufacturer Prysmian Group and is a LGBTQ community advocate inside and outside of STEM. The PRIDE month means more than rainbow washing for Caitlin and they shares all about how we can all become more inclusive and accommodating of the…
 
Join authors Artemis Roehrig and Rajani LaRocca as we talk with mechanical engineer and children's book author Stacy McAnulty about how she went From Engineering Airline Seats to Engineering Books. Find out more about Stacy on her website. Books recommended on this episode: In the Shadow of the Moon: America, Russia, and the Hidden History of the S…
 
In this episode, Romila Rout will share how she grew her career as a signals engineer in the US. Romila is an electrical engineer from UT Dallas, working full-time in the semiconductor industry and has grown a very cool IG page filled with colors and life!! Listen now to learn how you can build you can break stereotypes while excelling at your STEM…
 
Join authors Artemis Roehrig and Rajani LaRocca as we talk with veterinarian and children's book author Sara Levine about Kid Books and Kids (Goats). Find out more about Sara on her website. Books recommended on this episode: On Beyond a Million: An Amazing Math Journey David M. Schwartz (Author) Paul Meisel (Illustrator) Counting Birds: The Idea T…
 
Trigger warning: This episode contains discussions on self harm and suicide if this is triggering please avoid tuning in. CONFIDENCE SPECIAL You are not born with confidence. Confidence is a muscle and if you work on it you can build it up! In this episode, we are talking to Janelle Lynnae, Founder of Next Level Confident, a keynote speaker, confid…
 
Join authors Artemis Roehrig and Rajani LaRocca as they talk to children's book author and neurophysiologist Theanne Griffith! To find out more about Theanne and her books you can visit her website: https://www.theannegriffith.com/. Books recommended on this episode: Ada Twist, Scientist Andrea Beaty (Author) David Roberts (Illustrator) Baby Loves …
 
MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS SPECIAL From being diagnosed with Bipolar disorder to successfully defending her thesis during a global pandemic, Kimberly Fiock (Feeock) has set an example for what’s possible when you find ways to manage your mental health. Kimberly has a Bachelor of Science in Neuroscience and Psychology from UT Dallas and a Master of Sci…
 
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…
 
Join authors Artemis Roehrig and Rajani LaRocca as they talk to children's book author and science communicator, Kirsten Larson, about NASA, Invention, and Embracing Opportunities. To find out more about Kirsten and her books, visit her website! Books recommended on this episode: Your Place in the Universe Jason Chin (Author) When the Whales Walked…
 
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 …
 
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…
 
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…
 
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 …
 
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 …
 
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…
 
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