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    I Want to Be an - Industrial Chemist
by Catherine Hunt and Tim Muma - Dec, 2013
There are almost limitless opportunities within science to carve out a career for yourself - and chemistry provides even more flexibility. While many think of lone-standing research labs and chemists in academia, working in the industry presents its own unique experience. Katie Hunt is the Former Research and Development Director of Innovation Sourcing and Sustainable Technologies at The Dow Chemical Company, having spent 25 y...
 
    I Want to Be an - Electrochemist
by Amanda Morris and Tim Muma - Dec, 2013
There are almost limitless opportunities within science to carve out a career for yourself - and chemistry provides even more flexibility. Amanda Morris, assistant professor at Virginia Tech, joins the show to discuss the role of an electrochemist. Amanda gives Tim Muma the details on what these chemists focus on, what a career might look like, and what you need to know to land a job in this discipline. Children and even so...
 
    I Want to Be a - Theoretical Chemist
by Preston MacDougall and Tim Muma - Dec, 2013
There are almost limitless opportunities within science to carve out a career for yourself - and chemistry provides even more flexibility. Theoretical chemistry looks to explain the occurrences in both the physical and chemical worlds. Preston MacDougall, professor and assistant chair at Middle Tennessee State University, talks to Tim Muma about the key components of theoretical chemistry and the many areas you could practice...
 
    I Want to Be a - Meteorologist
by Keith Seitter and Tim Muma - Dec, 2013
We tend to think of the meteorologists we see on TV newscasts and the Weather Channel, but there are plenty of other opportunities for these individuals. Keith Seitter, executive director for the American Meteorological Society, joins Tim Muma to discuss the various avenues for success, how technology improves the profession and what he loves about being a meteorologist. Children and even some adults fantasize about finding...
 
  Finding Your Way in STEM
by Rowe Leathers - Nov, 2014
Popular TV characters like forensic anthropologist Dr. Temperance “Bones” Brennan and Criminal Mind’s Penelope Garcia, Technical Analyst for the FBI Behavioral Analysis Unit (BAU), provide a peek into STEM careers that can be both challenging and exciting. Hollywood is doing its part to encourage young people toward careers in STEM by creating characters that promote knowledge and skills relevant in STEM industries, especially...
 
  Is a Career in Robotics Right for You?
by Karen Hand - Oct, 2014
Imagine being picked up for work every morning in a car that is fully capable of driving itself, while you relax throughout your commute, or perhaps get an early start answering emails or making phone calls during your ride. Imagine ordering a pizza for lunch and having it delivered to your office by a drone within 20 minutes of ordering. Or, how about coming home at the end of the day and finding dinner made and all of your t...
 
  How to Make Your Biotech Resume Pop
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Jul, 2011
Biotechnology is a booming industry right now, with a good number of positions open; but this doesn’t mean that competition isn’t steep. There are many skilled candidates looking for long-term work just like you—which is why it’s important for you to make sure that you are able to compete if you’re looking to enter or further your career in this profession. How can you get this done? Consider making your resume “pop” by u...
 
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