Interested in a STEM or STEAM career, but aren't sure what the options are?
Are you a Geek + Artist? Doctor + Dancer? Chemist + Actor?
Whether it’s scientific illustration, technical writing, dance therapy, or being a TV science host, there is a world of interdisciplinary careers that let you blend science with your other interests!
The new STEM-4-U program supports science careers for all, no matter what your major is! Faculty and staff from across East Stroudsburg University are collaborating to increase awareness about the many options available in STEM and STEAM careers, especially for women and underrepresented groups.
STEM-4-U can help!
Please feel free to reach out to any member of the committee to talk about your career goals:
- Maria Soledad Cohen, MS, MEng, Physics instructor and STEM-4-U Chair
- Olivia Carducci, PhD, Professor and Department Chair, Mathematics
- Nicole Chinnici, MS, CFWS, DHSc, Director, Dr. Jane Huffman Wildlife Genetics Institute
- Deena Dailey, PhD, Assistant Professor, Psychology
- Cathy Klingler, MFA, CPL, EdD student, Curator/Director, Schisler Museum & McMunn Planetarium
- Lynne Ozgur, MA, Assistant Director, Sponsored Projects and Research
- Eric Rusiewicz, MA, CCC, Career Advisor
- Jennifer White, PhD, Associate Professor, Biological Sciences
- ESU Celebration of International Day of Women and Girls in Science 2024
Friday, February 16, 2024
Check back for information about the day's programs and activities as plans develop!
A significant gender gap has persisted throughout the years at all levels of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) disciplines all over the world. Even though women have made tremendous progress towards increasing their participation in higher education, they are still underrepresented in these fields. Learn more about this annual day of awareness.