On April 27, students at PHS had the opportunity to speak with women working and studying in STEM fields. Dr. Catherine Miller, a biology professor at USM, Sarah Meyer Wlado, a software engineer at PTC, and a USM biology student shared their experiences working in science and engineering. Students asked questions about their research, their educational and career paths, and the challenges they've faced as women working in male-dominated fields. Said senior Tenley Flint, "It was cool to get advice from people who have experience working in those kinds of spaces [computer and software engineering], and to hear how building connections and community was helpful to them. I hadn't really thought about how important that is."