Emily James

Meet 3 In Demand STEM Students Tackling Science

STEM is hot. More than ever, the demand for college graduates with a concentration in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math education) is growing. STEM graduates are walking into a world with over 2 million jobs available.

With this sky high demand, we found three students who are determined to experiment their way to discovery through science, and snag one of those great careers.

Emily James (in our header photo) is a PhD student at the University of Surrey pursuing a degree in natural product chemistry. Following her passion, Emily hopes to diversify the science world.


Alessandro Amico is a student of neuroscience in Milan, Italy. He has a passion for music and travel. Check out his about.me page for an interesting little quote on why he chose neuroscience.


Meet Sally on campus.about.me.


Are you a student with a strong passion inside or outside of the classroom? If so, send your page to zoe@team.about.me for a chance to be featured on our blog.


Zoë Björnson is a College Outreach Coordinator with about.me. She is a graduate of Tulane University. You can find her on Twitter @kzoeb.