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The STEM Class Podcast

Mar 27, 2022

The talent portion of the Miss America pageant typically consists of contestants singing, dancing, or playing a musical instrument. All that changed when the most recent Miss America, Camille Schrier, carried out a STEM demonstration during her talent portion.

The STEM Class Podcast host Anthony Arno talks with...


Feb 10, 2022

Louisiana state Teacher of the Year Nathalie Roy has taught Latin for most of her career, but was recently asked how she could incorporate STEM into her middle school curriculum.  After her initial research, Nathalie discovered that the ancient Romans literally wrote the book on technology from use of catapults to...


Dec 1, 2021

Biosphere 2 was originally meant to demonstrate the viability of closed ecological systems to support and maintain human life in outer space.  Its mission was a two-year closure experiment with a crew of eight humans.

Join host Anthony Arno, as he speaks with Deputy Director of Biosphere 2 John Adams about:

  • Earliest...


6. Biosphere 2: A $200 million failed experiment?

Dec 1, 2021

Biosphere 2 was originally meant to demonstrate the viability of closed ecological systems to support and maintain human life in outer space.  Its mission was a two-year closure experiment with a crew of eight humans.

Program Highlights

  • Earliest memory of a teacher in school

  • Academic background

  • Is there a...


Jun 15, 2021

Dr. Frances Carter is a real life Rosie the Riveter. In 1941, when Pearl Harbor was attached, Carter left her studies to become a teacher to work in a Birmingham B-29 refurbishing factory. Join The STEM Class Podcast host Anthony Arno, as he talks with Carter about not only her life as a Rosie the Riveter, but as an...