Jon Goldstein, Director of Regulatory & Legislative Affairs for the Environmental Defense Fund says federal legislation can help unemployed oil and gas workers keep working by sealing off abandoned oil and gas wells.
On this episode, we talk Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math...and learn more about an organization working to promote STEM careers. Joining us is Ray Mellado, Founder of Great Minds in STEM, and Anna Park, CEO of the organization.
Fronteras host Anthony Moreno has a discussion about a new book from co-author Elaine Hampton titled, "Copper Stain: ASARCO's Legacy in El Paso." This book shares the stories of workers at the smelter plant that produced large quantities of copper for over a century in El Paso, Texas.
Fronteras host, Robert Palacios speaks with Dr. Kelley Cleary Coffeen about her book Tex-mex Diabetes Cooking. Dr. Cleary Coffeen is a culinary expert, food consultant, blogger and author of five Mexican cuisine cookbooks including 200 Easy Mexican Recipes.
On this special edition of Fronteras, "Building a 21st century Workforce" we focus on the issue of science, technology, engineering and math skills. On the panel: Brigadier General Greg Brady of White Sands Missile Range, Patti Lucero from TRAX International, and Patricia Sullivan from the New Mexico State University College of Engineering.
On this special edition of Fronteras, "Building a 21st century Workforce" we focus on career and technical education. On the panel: Dr. Monica Torres, interim President of Doña Ana County Community College and Travis Dempsey, Superintendent of the Gadsden Independent School District.