11 episodes

A show exploring intersectional stories in STEM and how our identities shape our work. Together we discover how queer, POC, and other identities shape the work we do in STEM - the challenges, the triumphs, and everything in between.

STEMS and Leaves Emme

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A show exploring intersectional stories in STEM and how our identities shape our work. Together we discover how queer, POC, and other identities shape the work we do in STEM - the challenges, the triumphs, and everything in between.

    Episode 11: We're back and Buildings Have Names!

    Episode 11: We're back and Buildings Have Names!

    Back from hiatus with big news about new episodes and projects coming this season.

    • 9 min
    [10] Tobi Otulana

    [10] Tobi Otulana

    My friend and colleauge Tobi joins me to discuss her academic journey through the MCRP program at Ohio State and we get real about where our passion comes from in our field [ credits and links @ stemsandleaves.com ]. Disclaimer: All views and opinions expressed in this episode are strictly those of myself and my guest. We in no way represent any organizations or agencies which we are currently or have previously been associated with.

    • 39 min
    Episode 9: Urban Foraging

    Episode 9: Urban Foraging

    We discuss urban foraging and the legacy of food laws and foraging bans that prevent people from improving their food security (links to discussed material at stemsandleaves.com).

    • 13 min
    Episode 8: Danceable Cities

    Episode 8: Danceable Cities

    In this episode, we share a cool piece of research investigating urban dance culture in China and it's relevance to American urban planning.

    • 13 min
    Sujata Emani

    Sujata Emani

    Sujata joins me to chat about powerful women that have lead by example and how she has adapted throughout her life to incredible challenges and loss.

    • 49 min
    Coral Torres

    Coral Torres

    Coral Torress joins me at the mic to share her experience as a Hispanic woman in the very male-dominated engineering industry.

    • 24 min

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