engineering

Sam Hendren

In a home in southeast Columbus, the cheery glow of a Christmas tree brightens the living room. The holiday may be more than a week away, but for Allison Carlisle’s family, gift-giving has already started.

And she has Nationwide Children's Hospital, not Santa, to thank.  

10:00 Recent reports show that we have a shortage in students majoring in the the STEM areas: science, technology, engineering and mathematics. But why? What's the problem? And how are high schools and universities working to combat the issue? Guests

Women Engineers in WWII and Today

Oct 26, 2011

10:00 We’ve heard about Rosie the Riveter and the women who manned America’s factories, munitions plants, and shipyards during World War II. Today on "All Sides," we’ll hear about the 900 young women recruited as Cadette engineers at Curtiss-Wright airplane plants around the country, including in Columbus. The author of a new book about this long lost aviation history has a personal stake in the story. Hear from her and two of the actual WWII Cadettes, and learn the current status of women engineers in the United States. Guests