STEM Spotlight with Nicki Washington

STEM Spotlight Episode 4 features Dr. Nicki Washington a professor of the practice of computer science at Duke University and the author of Unapologetically Dope: Lessons for Black Women and Girls on Surviving and Thriving in the Tech Field. Science journalist Sarah Williams chats with Nicki Washington in this fourth installment of STEM Spotlight.

Science Unscripted: Sickle Cell Disease

Ted Love takes to the Science Unscripted stage to discuss the revolutionary strides being made in Sickle Cell Disease research both in the industry and academia. LIVE ON OCTOBER 13 @ 5 PM ET This is an inclusive space for all attendees. Please help us create a safe space for all participants by being aware […]

STEM Spotlight with Priyanka Komala

Priyanka offers a candid look at her career and gives excellent advice to students asking about careers in tech, entrepreneurship, business school, and more. Priyanka Komala chats with science writer Sarah Williams in this episode of STEM Spotlight.

Innovation Unscripted: Artificial Intelligence

Sherika Ekpo of Google AI, Marisa Ferrara-Boston of KPMG, and Susann Keohane of IBM join for our final Unscripted event of the year to discuss AI’s role in tech companies and corporations. This is an inclusive space for all attendees. Please help us create a safe space for all participants by being aware of how […]

STEM Spotlight: How to Launch a STEM Business

Featuring Ruth Shuman of NSF and Shreya Dave of Via Separations How do you launch a STEM business? Few know better than Shreya Dave, Co-Founder and CEO of Via Separations, and Ruth Shuman, Program Director for the National Science Foundation’s I-Corps Program. These two joined Sarah Williams for a STEM Spotlight webinar.

STEM Spotlight with Raven Baxter

Our final episode of the season features Raven Baxter aka Raven the Science Maven! Meet Raven Baxter an internationally acclaimed science communicator, molecular biologist, and our featured speaker for the final STEM Spotlight of the year.

STEM Spotlight: Realities of Grant Funding

Featuring panelists Drs. Quincy Brown, Grant Warner, and Donna Ginther. Trying to secure grant funding but don’t know where to start? Our first STEM Spotlight episode of the year talks with experts who have gone through it all; the good, the bad, and the sometimes ugly reality of the grant funding application process. Drs. Quincy […]

STEM Spotlight with Ellen Ochoa

Watch the episode with Ellen Ochoa, the first Latina in space, current Chair of the National Science Board, and former Director of NASA’s Johnson Space Center. How many hours have you logged in outer space? Ellen Ochoa has us beat as she has flown in space four times, logging nearly 1,000 hours. Clickto watch the […]

Science Unscripted with Fanta Traore

Watch live March 4 at 5:30 PM ET This livestream event features Fanta Traore in a conversation around her decade of experiences in leveraging data and research to solve her team’s most pressing challenges through analysis, storytelling, and program implementation. She is a co-founder and CEO of The Sadie Collective, the first and only organization […]

Science Unscripted with Robert Langer

This live stream event will feature Robert Langer in conversation about his experiences as a highly decorated chemical engineer, scientist, entrepreneur, and inventor.

STEM Spotlight with Cathy Drennan

Cathy Drennan of The Drennan Lab at the Massachussetts Institute of Technology walks us through how she found her love for chemistry and what the future science education can look like. As a child, Dr. Drennan was told that she would never graduate high school because of her dyslexia. She now leads a successful and […]

STEM Spotlight: Climate Change

Our final STEM Spotlight episode of the season features voices from all corners of the fight against climate change. Our STEM Spotlight: Climate Change episode follows two scientists who are leading the charge in climate science. Through their research, Drs. Terri Adams and Lonnie Thompson discuss the greater impact of their findings on the environment […]

What’s Next? Medical School

The National Science & Technology Medals Foundation (NSTMF) will host a virtual panel of medical professionals on March 27, 2022 from 4-5 pm ET. The panel will speak to current inSTEM Scholars about the path to, during, and beyond medical school. Scholars will have exclusive access to the panel during this virtual event and will […]