On the 31st of March, as part of our Easter Explore Programme, we spoke to Jazmin Morris about all of her different roles, and how she uses her passions to make a difference.
An important part of Job Hunting, this issue’s theme, is being able to stand out from the crowd. Dr Treena Livingston Arinzeh is a great example of this, her research in biomedical engineering makes her a well-known name in the field.
Mari has, possibly, one of the coolest job titles we’ve ever heard of. Mari is a Cyber Ninja. Find out what this means and learn more about Mari.
Katherine (Kate) Okikiolu is a British mathematician whose research focuses on elliptic operators. She has lectured at many well-known American universities through out her career.
If you ever wondered who the first African American female Engineer to work at NASA was- look no further. Mary Jacksons career has inspired many, and is featured in the Hidden Figures movie and book of 2016.
Mary Feik was an American aviation engineer, mechanic, pilot, instructor and aircraft restorer.
Stemettes were lucky enough to ask Dr Zakiya Whatley a few questions about her career in science so far.
Stemettes were lucky enough to ask Dr Titi Shodiya a few questions about her career in science so far.
Stemettes were lucky enough to catch up with Dr Nike Folayan to talk careers in engineering…