A show that highlights new research being conducted by underrepresented groups in STEM. Hosted by Allie, Amelie, and Nour, STEMinism comprises a mashup of interviews with scientists, young and old, where we summarize and discuss new published research in a way that makes it easy for anyone to understand. We aim to make current research accessible to everyone, all the while playing some local tunes along the way.
Panacea has the goal of initiating open conversations and reducing stigma surrounding mental health and mental illness. To do so, Michelle teaches ‘mental health 101’ and shares some of her own experiences living with mental illness.
The positive impact that mental health literacy can have in your own life, and for the people around you, is what drives her. If her words can inspire empathy and change at least one person’s perspective or make someone feel less alone, then she has done her job. Join us for some fun tunes and vulnerable conversations!
CKUT’s Arts & Culture-focused programming is produced and coordinated by individuals and groups of the community-at-large, McGill University communities, Montreal based artists, activists and more. The content is created by and for the community of programmers involved and with constant aim to outreach to more audiences and groups in Montreal and beyond.