In this month’s STEM Pro Live! you’ll hear from the wildlife biologist and certified veterinary technician who care for the animals at Liberty Wildlife.
Dr. Mike Bentley, entomologist for the National Pest Management Association, is here to teach children about insects such as ants, and show them how to do an easy and safe experiment to explore the world of insects in their own backyard.
This STEM Pro Live! will introduce you to two flight instructors and pilots at the Phoenix Flight Training Center, a partnership program between the University of North Dakota and Chandler-Gilbert Community College.
Palo Verde Generating System sits in western Arizona, about 45 minutes outside of Phoenix. Oftentimes we drive past it but do we really know what they do inside?
In this edition of the Pest Professor, Dr. Jim Fredericks, entomologist for the National Pest Management Association, is here to teach children why termites eat wood and show off some eye-catching examples of termite damage.
How do you become a specialist in penguin care or in understanding sea lion behavior? You’ll hear about two people who have done just that in this STEM Pro Live! with two members of OdySea Aquarium’s animal care and education team.
Meet some of the many other scientists and engineers who have hurdled physical or medical barriers to find rewarding careers in research.
Hear from STEM professionals, including the Arizona Coyotes hockey teams’ chief operating officer, an architect from DLR Group, and an engineer from Dibble Engineering.
When you think of the motorsports industry, most likely you immediately think about car racing. But there are some really cool STEM professions associated with this industry and during this STEM Pro Live! we learned all about them!
In this Pest Professor episode, join Dr. Mike Bentley, entomologist for the National Pest Management Association, for a kid-friendly backyard bug hunt and learn how you can safely explore the world of insects around your own home.
Dayna Cooper, a butterfly specialist, and Ron Brisette, an architect, talk about how the facility at Butterfly Wonderland in Scottsdale, Ariz., needed to be specially constructed to help the butterflies thrive and how Dayna helps care for the butterflies every day.
Four engineers from Arizona Public Service (APS) talk about the work they do to keep power running for millions of homes and businesses across Arizona.