18 episodes

Pink, the classically feminine color, is often associated with being a "proper" girly girl. Pink has never been a representation of science, technology, engineering or math—but why can't it be? In their monthly episodes, hosts Sophia Guan and Angelina Kim are joined by powerful women in STEM who share their experience and expertise as a minority in their field. Pink is chemistry and programming and everything in between.

Redefining Pink Redefining Pink

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    • 4.2 • 5 Ratings

Pink, the classically feminine color, is often associated with being a "proper" girly girl. Pink has never been a representation of science, technology, engineering or math—but why can't it be? In their monthly episodes, hosts Sophia Guan and Angelina Kim are joined by powerful women in STEM who share their experience and expertise as a minority in their field. Pink is chemistry and programming and everything in between.

    Episode 17: Empowering Girls Through Engineering & Education with Grace Dessert

    Episode 17: Empowering Girls Through Engineering & Education with Grace Dessert

    In this episode, we chat with Grace Dessert, a software engineer at Art of Problem Solving who is particularly passionate about education. Ms. Dessert discusses the intersection between STEM, education, and empowering girls!

    • 19 min
    Episode 16: The Magic of Occupational Therapy with Resie Collins

    Episode 16: The Magic of Occupational Therapy with Resie Collins

    In this episode, we chat with Resie Collins, an occupational therapist and certified lymphedema therapist. Ms. Collins discusses her passion for patient care and gives insightful advice about building trusting relationships with everyone that she works with.

    • 18 min
    Episode 15: Inventing Real-World Solutions to Real-World Problems with Dr. Xiaoxia Zhang

    Episode 15: Inventing Real-World Solutions to Real-World Problems with Dr. Xiaoxia Zhang

    In this episode, we chat with Qualcomm Systems Engineer Dr. Xiaoxia Zhang. Dr. Zhang has patented over 300 different designs throughout her career, and she discusses her love for using engineering to solve real-world problems that have an impact on people all around the world. Check out this link to learn more about her incredible work: https://www.qualcomm.com/news/onq/2022/09/qualcomm-inventor-dr--xiaoxia-zhang-on-how-your-phone-finds-the-

    • 24 min
    Episode 14: The Social Impact of Privacy Engineering with All Girls STEM Society Founder Veronica Tang

    Episode 14: The Social Impact of Privacy Engineering with All Girls STEM Society Founder Veronica Tang

    In this episode, we chat with Veronica Tang, a privacy engineer at Google and founder of All Girls STEM Society. She talks about the impact of her work in privacy, and also shares funny stories about the early days of AGSS!

    • 15 min
    Episode 13: Astrophysics, Reliability Engineering, and Mentorship with Jennie Rao

    Episode 13: Astrophysics, Reliability Engineering, and Mentorship with Jennie Rao

    In this episode, we chat with Ms. Rao, a reliability engineer in the space systems sector at Northrop Grumman. Ms. Rao talks about her love for space, her experience studying physics as 1 of 5 women in a graduating class of 100, and the importance of mentorship for girls in STEM.

    • 18 min
    Episode 12: Bringing Femininity into Physics through Representation and Confidence with Julie Daughters

    Episode 12: Bringing Femininity into Physics through Representation and Confidence with Julie Daughters

    In this episode, we chat with Julie Daughters, an AP physics teacher who recently graduated with her bachelor degree in physics from UC Irvine. Ms. Daughters shares her experience as a college student with almost no female professors, as well as her inspirational charge to flip the narrative as a teacher now herself.

    • 22 min

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