STEM Videos

Finding a dream career is a non-linear pursuit.

Enjoy our collection of short videos recorded by STEM experts discussing their journey, education and careers. New videos will be posted regularly, so be sure to check back every few weeks. Our speakers work in a wide range of fields across STEM and will discuss a large variety of topics in their videos, including:

  • Their origin story and their source of inspiration
  • Their childhood vision and expectations for their future
  • Real-life applications of what students learn in school
  • A typical day in their life as a scientist

Check out the videos on our YouTube channel or watch them right here.

Learn about Dr. Peter Dodek’s journey as an intensive care physician within the Department of Medicine at St. Paul’s Hospital. Dr. Dodek is also a faculty member in the Department of Medicine at the University of British Columbia (UBC) with a special interest in understanding the determinants of outcomes of critically ill patients through research. If you have any questions for Dr. Dodek relating to his careers and interests, feel free to email him at peter.dodek@ubc.ca

Learn about Michael Unger’s journey as a science communicator, a program coordinator at the H.R. MacMillan Space Centre, and the co-founder of Nerd Nite Vancouver. If you have any questions for Michael Unger relating to his careers and interests, feel free to email him at mikeunger98@gmail.com

Learn about David Wakeham’s journey as a theoretical physicist and a PhD student in the string theory group at the University of British Columbia (UBC) studying gravity, quantum field theory, and black holes. If you have any questions for David Wakeham relating to his careers and interests, feel free to email him at david.a.wakeham@gmail.com

Learn about Dani Delaloye’s journey as a geological engineer working with the Tunnels Team in their Vancouver office. She completed her Geological Engineering Master’s Degree with specialization in geotechnical and geomechanical engineering, and a focus on underground construction. If you have any questions for Dani Delaloye relating to her careers and interests, feel free to email her at dani.delaloye@gmail.com or message her through LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dani-delaloye-p-eng-m-a-sc-659abb45/.

Learn about Alison Muller’s journey as a STEM graduate student and her studies relating to cardiovascular physiology and digital health communications. To learn more about Alison’s journey, feel free to visit her website: https://www.alisciencephd.com/.

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