48 episodes

Chemistry! Queerness! The Trials and Tribulations of Graduate School! MFQC spills the tea on it all. Join Bec and Geraldo each week as they interview LGBTQ+ chemists on their research interests and experiences with identity, challenges, and achievements in the chemistry field. You'll laugh. You'll cry. You'll learn all the ins and outs of queer culture. Follow us on twitter at @MFQCPod or send us an email at myfavequeerchemist@gmail.com

My Fave Queer Chemist Bec Roldan & Geraldo Duran

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Chemistry! Queerness! The Trials and Tribulations of Graduate School! MFQC spills the tea on it all. Join Bec and Geraldo each week as they interview LGBTQ+ chemists on their research interests and experiences with identity, challenges, and achievements in the chemistry field. You'll laugh. You'll cry. You'll learn all the ins and outs of queer culture. Follow us on twitter at @MFQCPod or send us an email at myfavequeerchemist@gmail.com

    Dr. Camille Bishop, National Institute of Standards and Technology

    Dr. Camille Bishop, National Institute of Standards and Technology

    This week on the show we chatted with the lovely Dr. Camille Bishop (she/her) who currently serves as a NRC postdoctoral fellow at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NRC). We discuss graduate research, how she ended up NIST, science communication training for scientists, gay sports and much more! To connect with Camille can follow her on Twitter @glassic_chem and us @MFQCPod. We'll see y'all next time and remember that Black Lives Matter today and everyday.

    • 26 min
    Dr. Michelle Bushey, National Science Foundation

    Dr. Michelle Bushey, National Science Foundation

    This week on the show we chatted with the lovely Dr. Michelle Bushey (she/her) who currently serves as a Program Director at the National Science Foundation (NSF). We discuss her career in academia at Trinity University, her decision to pursue her dream of working at the NSF, what working in public service looks like for her and much more! To connect with Michelle, you can email her at mbushey@nsf.gov and you can follow us on Twitter @MFQCPod. We'll see y'all next time and remember that Black Lives Matter today and everyday.

    • 39 min
    Tom Pospiech, University of California, San Francisco

    Tom Pospiech, University of California, San Francisco

    This week on the pod, we chat with Tom Pospiech (he/him) a graduate student in the Southworth lab at the University of California, San Francisco. We discuss his work with science policy, creating boundaries in graduate school, prioritizing mental health and more! You can follow Tom on Twitter @ATompiech and us @MFQCPod. We'll see y'all next time and remember that Black Lives Matter today and everyday.

    • 48 min
    Dr. Christian Malapit, Northwestern University

    Dr. Christian Malapit, Northwestern University

    This week on the show Bec and Geraldo talk with Dr. Christian Malapit (he/him), an Assistant Professor in Chemistry at Northwestern University. We chatted about navigating graduate school as an international student, landing a job in academia and starting a lab from the ground up, mentoring the next generation of scientists and so much more! We'll see y'all next week! Follow Christian on Twitter @CAMalapit and us @MFQCPod!

    • 42 min
    Dr. André Isaacs, College of the Holy Cross

    Dr. André Isaacs, College of the Holy Cross

    We're back with season 3 of MFQC!! We're so glad to be back, we've got a great season planned for y'all!

    This week on the show Bec and Geraldo talk with Dr. André Isaacs (he/him), an Associate Professor in Chemistry at the College of the Holy Cross. We chatted about changing the way we teach to create more equitable classrooms, queering chemistry, becoming TikTok famous, and so much more! We'll see y'all next week! Follow André on Twitter (& TikTok!) @drdre4000 and us @MFQCPod! 

    • 44 min
    Stephanie Berg, University of Nebraska

    Stephanie Berg, University of Nebraska

    This week on the pod, we chat with Stephanie Berg (she/her) a 3rd year graduate student in the Moon lab at the University of Nebraska, Lincoln. We discuss her chemistry education research, what creating an equitable learning environment for students looks like, and more! You can follow Stephanie on Twitter @ssnorkels and us @MFQCPod. We'll see y'all next time and remember that Black Lives Matter today and everyday.

    • 28 min

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