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STEMedia is where technical intelligence meets creative genius. On this show we discuss the most interesting, inspirational and creative ideas in the fields of science, technology, engineering & math (STEM). Episodes contain expert interviews, emerging trends, engaging conversations, and more! All presented with a goal to elevate and empower your career and life. Created and hosted by renowned Engineer, Educator and Entrepreneur, Dr. Nehemiah Mabry (aka Dr. Nee), STEMedia also highlights prolific black voices and accomplishments throughout the STEM community. So if you’re looking for food for thought and soul, you’ve come to the right place. Welcome to the Fam!

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STEMedia is where technical intelligence meets creative genius. On this show we discuss the most interesting, inspirational and creative ideas in the fields of science, technology, engineering & math (STEM). Episodes contain expert interviews, emerging trends, engaging conversations, and more! All presented with a goal to elevate and empower your career and life. Created and hosted by renowned Engineer, Educator and Entrepreneur, Dr. Nehemiah Mabry (aka Dr. Nee), STEMedia also highlights prolific black voices and accomplishments throughout the STEM community. So if you’re looking for food for thought and soul, you’ve come to the right place. Welcome to the Fam!

    Is What They Say about HBCUs Fact or Fiction?

    Is What They Say about HBCUs Fact or Fiction?

    Alright everyone, today we’re going to talk about HBCUs - Historically Black Colleges and Universities. You’ve probably heard a lot of misconceptions and stereotypes around what HBCUs are all about. On Ebony.com, you can find an article called 8 Myths About HBCUs That Simply Aren’t True—and Why - and they list of things like, “HBCUs are party schools”, “Students receive an inferior education”, and “HBCUs lack diversity”. 
    Well, today, we’re diving into what HBCUs are actually all about.
    My guest is Miss Amanda J Henry, an independent educational consultant and adjunct professor who specializes in career readiness. Like me, Amanda went to an HBCU - Texas Southern University - which was radically different than her high school experience.
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    • 26 min
    An Engineering Matchmaker's Approach to Finding Love

    An Engineering Matchmaker's Approach to Finding Love

    Valdon Johnson is certified with the matchmaking Institute of New York, has a background in electrical engineering, and brings an engineering approach to dating and relationships in an effort to improve the dating landscape and help eligible men and women find each other.
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    • 34 min
    Can School STEM Programs in Improve STEM Equity?

    Can School STEM Programs in Improve STEM Equity?

    Chéla S. Wallace has over 15 years of experience in STEM education with her most recent role as the Director of K-12 Science for KIPP NYC. Her work as a practitioner and advocate in STEM is continuously manifested through her life by inspiring young men and women to be great scientists and engineers who will eventually discover prevention techniques and cures to many diseases. In all, if she has inspired one, then she has lived out her God-given purpose. As a drum major for STEM equity, the greatest gift she will ever receive is to know that her seeds of faith in all of the students that she has taught or mentored will allow her to witness a rise of a new generation that will tackle and conquer the unseen challenges in STEM.
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    • 37 min
    Why Black Doctors Matter - Dr. Steven Bradley

    Why Black Doctors Matter - Dr. Steven Bradley

    Dr. Steven Bradley is a board-certified anesthesiologist and medical ethicist with a passion for mentorship and increasing diversity in the healthcare and STEM workforce. An assistant professor of anesthesiology at the Uniformed Service University of Health Science, he combines his practice of medicine with educating medical students and resident physicians.
    As the host and creator of The Black Doctors Podcast, Dr. Bradley interviews minority professionals in a variety of career paths. Each episode provides encouragement and motivation for listeners. Candid and transparent conversations enable listeners to identify with and be inspired by guests on the show. He also hosts Curbside Ethics, a podcast project that provides resources to help clinicians make better ethical and equitable decisions for the benefit of their patients. Visit http://www.StevenBradleyMD.com to learn more.
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    • 28 min
    How to Balance Aesthetics, Comfort, and Performance in Athletic Footwear

    How to Balance Aesthetics, Comfort, and Performance in Athletic Footwear

    There’s a science and research and technology to Aesthetics, Comfort, and Performance in Athletic Footwear. What fabrics need to be worn? What holds up when you sweat? What looks good and feels good after going through the wash?
    It’s all pretty fascinating, and my guest today knows all about it. She’s Julisha Joyner Freeman, Footwear Material Developer at Nike who has been an Apparel Material Developer as well. Julisha grew up in eastern North Carolina, where she had a pretty unique upbringing.
    Julisha went on to NC State where she double majored in Polymer and Color Chemistry AND Textile Engineering. Then she stayed at State to get her Masters in Textile Engineering. It was there that she started to get interested in thermodynamics as it related to comfort - and she even got involved in a project to redesign firefighter suits to make them more comfortable. But even with the degrees and experience, it wasn’t easy to find a job in her field.
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    • 29 min
    A Physician's Path from Internal Medicine to Plant-Based MD

    A Physician's Path from Internal Medicine to Plant-Based MD

    You know, to be truly great, to be truly memorable, to build a legacy that will live on, you need to stand up for what you believe in. And sometimes that means going against what’s the normal or standard convention.
    My guest today is one of those people, Dr. Judy Brangman, the Plant-Based MD. She is a board-certified internal medicine and lifestyle medicine physician. Hailing, originally, from the beautiful island of Bermuda, she is the founder and owner of Newell Health and is on a mission to help others live healthier and better lives.
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    • 24 min

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