Cat Puns and Fall Fun! Meow We’re Talkin’
Meow's the time of year where we welcome students back to the catroom. As we dig our claws into the new school year, we’re still facing a lot of uncertainty. But you educators are paw-some...like tuna and cat nip. You’ve brought so much creativity and resilience into the catroom and Zoom room and Google Classroom. You are the sunbeam that warms the sleepy kitties of our souls. Let STEM Read help you make this year purr-fect wherever your students are learning.
STEM Read Podcast: The Sky Isn’t the Limit
Mishaal Ashemimry and Suzanne Slade are two women who looked up at the sky and were determined to understand it. Ashemimry is helping people explore space in her work as an aerospace engineer, an entrepreneur, and the first Saudi woman to work for NASA. She started her own rocket company at age 26 and works to inspire girls […]
The STEM Read Podcast – Springboards for Wonder with John Green and Melanie Koss
Author John Green has chronicled love, loss, and mental illness in his award-winning young adult novels like The Fault in Our Stars, Looking for Alaska, and Turtles All the Way Down. His latest book is The Anthropocene Reviewed, an essay collection rating life itself. STEM Read director Gillian King-Cargile and NIU Literacy Expert Melanie Koss will talk to John Green about his new book, his writing process, and his decision to take a break from fiction.
Register for Future Telling: Greening Our Future with Jeff VanderMeer
In our latest Future Telling webinar, host Gillian King-Cargile will talk to meteorologist Victor Gensini and mechanical engineer John Shelton, who are exploring human impact on the environment, researching ways to mitigate the damage and laying groundwork for a more sustainable future. We’ll also talk to author Jeff VanderMeer, whose writing explores themes related to the environment, animals and our future.
The STEM Read Podcast – CRISPR, COVID, and Pure Curiosity with Walter Isaacson and Mike Jones
On this episode, host Gillian King-Cargile talks with biographer Walter Isaacson (@WalterIsaacson), author of Leonardo da Vinci and Steve Jobs, about his new book The Code Breaker: Jennifer Doudna, Gene Editing, and the Future of the Human Race. The book chronicles the discoveries surrounding CRISPR and the brilliant scientists racing toward publications, patents, and prizes.
The STEM Read Podcast – Batman is a Maker!
In this episode of the STEM Read Podcast, host Gillian King-Cargile explores the diversity of people, projects, and ideas in the maker movement with authors and makers Ruth Spiro, Varian Johnson, and Darian Johnson.