Event Title

Afternoon Unique STEM Careers Panel

Presenter Educational Level

graduate

Department

Alternate Careers

Presentation Type

Panel Discussion

Start Date

20-3-2021 1:00 PM

Abstract

Join this panel to hear about women in the sciences who have taken interesting career paths! This panel boasts women in animal science and archaeology.

Biography

Tina Murphy graduated with a B.S. in Biology from OBU in 1994 and a M.S. in Animal Science from Texas A&M University in 1998. Tina and her husband David are part owners of Twin Rivers Vet Supply in DeKalb, Texas where she works in Accounting and Inside Sales. Twin Rivers is an animal health supply company that employs 15 employees and has 12 independent contract salesmen delivering supplies throughout Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Arkansas and Louisiana. They ship products to ranches in over 20 states. They have four children and reside in DeKalb. She is an Independent Ranch Auditor for the company Where Food Comes of Castle Rock, Colorado, a Rancher, and also serves on the Board of Directors for Lone Star Ag Credit headquartered in Fort Worth, Texas.

Glennis Rayermann earned her Ph.D. and M.S. in physical/materials chemistry at the University of Washington in Seattle and her B.S. in chemistry at Harvey Mudd College. Both the National Science Foundation and the Department of Defense awarded her graduate research fellowships. Her research is multidisciplinary, including materials degradation, development and patent of a novel instrumental technique, biophysical chemistry, and cultural heritage conservation science. Currently, she is a researcher in the Patricia H. and Richard E. Garman Art Conservation Department at SUNY Buffalo State.

Dr. Karen Steelman is a leading international researcher in the field of archaeological science with over 40 peer-reviewed publications. Her research focus is pigment analyses and radiocarbon dating of ancient rock paintings. Prior to joining the staff at Shumla, Karen was a Full Professor of Chemistry at the University of Central Arkansas, having taught there for over 12 years. Karen received her BA in Chemistry at Hendrix College in Conway and her PhD in Analytical Chemistry at Texas A&M University.

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Mar 20th, 1:00 PM

Afternoon Unique STEM Careers Panel

Join this panel to hear about women in the sciences who have taken interesting career paths! This panel boasts women in animal science and archaeology.