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Nov 27, 2019

Be a Voice, not an echo.  When you are in a position of leadership, your voice is a powerful tool.   How you communicate is equally, if not more important, than the words spoken.  Before using your voice, ask yourself:  1. Am I credible enough to speak on this subject; 2. Is it work the risk for me to speak on this...


Nov 20, 2019

Consulting can be rewarding careers for those with a STEM background. The key to a successful consulting practice is identifying a niche, and having a demonstrated record of expertise in that area.

When Dr. Rowe-Rendleman launched Omar Consulting, there was a need to fill the gap between the bench and the bedside with...


Nov 20, 2019

Dr. Patrice Yarbough believes that the 'lab' is any where science is conducted, and often times it is outside the confines of a traditional brick and mortar with test tubes and fume hoods.  Such is the case for her in her role as a senior scientist with NASA Johnson Space Center. 

Dr. Yarbough, a biochemist, talks about...


Nov 15, 2019

"Being comfortable with you who are and having confidence in what you bring to the table" are the guiding principles that have directed most of the career decisions of Dr. Adrian Land.  In this episode, he shares his traditionally non-traditional STEM career path from a small Southern town to now leading a...


Nov 7, 2019

Everyone has a brand, but how you manage your brand can be the determining factor in your career advancement.  Personal brand strategist Isha Cogborn, founder of the Epiphany Institute joins in this week's STEMulating conversation to offer tips on effectively identifying and managing your brand.  Isha worked...