CEMS students discuss their individual paths that led them to STEM

CEMS graduate students represent a wide range of demographic identities and a commensurately diverse set of paths to STEM. To showcase these paths and give high school students a broader perspective on their potential in STEM, selected CEMS students were interviewed in a series of story videos. 

Recent alumna Eeshani Godbole (PhD ChE ’22) and current graduate students John Dewey, Mauricio De Leo, Kristine Loh, and Maya Ramamurthy described their research, provided advice for high school students, addressed why they chose CEMS for their graduate education, addressed overcoming inequities in STEM, among other topics. Watch the videos on the CEMS YouTube channel: z.umn.edu/grad-stories