STEM Heroes: Dr. Kathryn Luker
Cancer treatment research is just one way that a career in STEM can make a difference by investigating ways to conquer this deadly disease. Assistant Research Scientist at the University of Michigan, Kathryn Luker, is doing just that as she mentors young students to do the same in the Luker Lab.
STEM Heroes: Mary Barra
Mary Barra's interest in engineering propelled her into becoming the first female CEO of a major global automaker as CEO and Chairman of the General Motors Company. We sat down with her as she discussed her road to the top and how the company needs more students to pursue an engineering degree.
STEM Heroes: PVS Nolwood Chemicals
Angela Antosiewicz and Jennifer Losinski work in chemistry all day as employees of PVS Nolwood Chemicals. Let's take a look and see just what they do.
STEM Heroes: Full Broadcast
STEM Heroes showcases women who have succeeded in a STEM field. Hosted by President and CEO of the Michigan Science Center, Dr. Tonya Matthews, STEM Heroes showcases women who have found the love of STEM early in their life. This show hopes to inspire girls - and boys - to find that passion as well.