Our new series, hosted by Katie Culbert, gives an inside look at the careers and pathways for different STEM professionals. Follow along as we hear from various scientists and engineers.

Profiles in STEM - Episode 11: Dr. Ellen Cohn

16/08/2022

Join your host Katie Culbert as she chats with Dr. Ellen Cohn about her career in linguistics and medicine, and consider how broad STEM can be.

For some interested reading on the connections between mathematics and linguistics, visit: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science…

For information on the International Journal of Telerehabilitation, visit: https://telerehab.pitt.edu/ojs/index…..

For information on the American Speech-Language Hearing Association, visit: https://www.asha.org/

And for information about two recent books authored by Dr. Cohn, visit: https://www.pluralpublishing.com/auth…

Profiles in STEM - Episode 10: Dr. Andrew Vershon

21/06/2022

Join host Katie Culbert as she uncovers the exciting world of Molecular Biology with Dr. Andrew Vershon of Rutgers University.

Profiles in STEM - Episode 9: Professor Kerry Emanuel

18/05/2022

Join the redoubtable Katie Culbert as she welcomes her very special guest, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Professor Kerry Emanuel, world renowned scholar in climate science. As the second in our Sustainable Planet series, Dr. Emanuel provides insight into his work and into the profession of climatology. For more information on Dr. Emanuel and to connect with the website mentioned, visit: https://climateprimer.mit.edu/

Profiles in STEM - Episode 8: Professor Emeritus Willard McCarty

20/04/2022

Join the redoubtable Katie Culbert as she hosts a very special episode of Profiles in STEAM to celebrate the 60th Anniversary of the Junior Science and Humanities Symposium (JSHS) with guest and 1962 JSHS Alum, Professor Emeritus Willard McCarty.

For more information on Professor McCarty’s influential and critical work in STEAM, and his remarkable body of work, please check out: http://www.mccarty.org.uk/

In addition, Dr. McCarty has made two of his publications available for our viewers to download! Getting There from Here. Remembering the Future of Digital Humanities (https://www.researchgate.net/publicat…) and The Essential Contradiction (https://www.mccarty.org.uk/essays/McC…)

Profiles in STEM - Episode 7: Dr. Sandra Chapman

23/03/2022

Join your favorite Profiles in STEM host Katie Culbert as she “dives in” to the career of Undersea Medical Program Officer with the Office of Naval Research Dr. Sandra Chapman. Get you feet wet this month with another exciting career.

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Profiles in STEM - Episode 6: Assistant Professor Cameron Jack

16/02/2022

Join our first in a series of Profiles in STEM: Sustainable Planet. Your host, the redoubtable Katie Culbert, returns to the hive for an exciting chat about careers in entomology with University of Florida Assistant Professor Cameron Jack. So “stick” around for some great information and help support Earth sustainability!

For more information on Dr. Jack and his work, check out this great website and publications:

  • https://entnemdept.ufl.edu/people-dir…
  • Cameron J. Jack , Edzard van Santen & James D. Ellis (2021): Determining the dose of oxalic acid applied via vaporization needed for the control of the honey bee (Apis mellifera) pest Varroa destructor, Journal of Apicultural Research, DOI:10.1080/00218839.2021.1877447 https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/1…
  • Jack CJ, Kleckner K, Demares F, Rault LC, Anderson TD, Carlier PR, Bloomquist JR, Ellis JD. Testing new compounds for efficacy against Varroa destructor and safety to honey bees (Apis mellifera). Pest Manag Sci. 2021 Aug 31. doi: 10.1002/ps.6617. Epub ahead of print. PMID: 34464499. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/34464…

Profiles in STEM - Episode 5: Dr. George Matsumoto

17/11/2021

Join the redoubtable Katie Culbert and her very special guest Dr. George Matsumoto, Senior Education and Research Specialist, for the Monterey Bay Aquarium and Research Institute in California. If you have ever dreamt of talking with the creatures of the sea, now’s your chance to explore this exciting STEM career.
Learn more about Dr. Matsumoto’s research on “Little Red Jellies” in Monterey Bay by visiting: https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/…
And for additional information on careers and more, visit:

Profiles in STEM - Episode 4: Pamela Straeter

17/11/2021

Join host Katie Culbert for the Person to Person Career series, exploring a wide variety of STEM Careers and opportunities. Today’s special guest is Ms. Pamela Straeter, MS, Veterinary Sciences, Bristol-Myers Squibb.

Profiles in STEM - Episode 3: Kenneth Small Extended Version

21/10/2021

Can’t get enough of Katie Culbert’s exciting interview with Mr. Kenneth Small? Join your redoubtable host for this EXTENDED edition! More stories. More information. More to learn. Want to check out the Eaglebots and see the exciting work in action? Visit: https://www.facebook.com/saladoroboti… OR https://www.saladoeaglebots.com/

Profiles in STEM - Episode 3: Kenneth Small

20/10/2021

Join the redoubtable Katie Culbert as she interviews Mr. Kenneth Dale Small, M.S. Want to check out Mr. Small’s work with a STEM group called the Eaglebots, and see the exciting work in action? Visit: https://www.facebook.com/saladoroboti… OR https://www.saladoeaglebots.com/

Profiles in STEM - Episode 2: Dr. Ellen Julian

25/08/2021

Join the redoubtable Katie Culbert as she interviews Dr. Ellen Julian, internationally recognized psychometrician, who speaks about careers in Psychometrics and Statistics.

Profiles in STEM - Episode 1: Dr. Bob Solomon

28/07/2021

Join host Katie Culbert for the Person to Person Career series, exploring a wide variety of STEM Careers and opportunities. Today’s special guest is Dr. Bob Solomon.

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