Making the Grade: STEM
Science, Technology, Engineering and Math - the push continues to foster STEM education in America's schools. OnQ continues its Making the Grade series with thoughtful discussion on the importance of STEM for students, teachers and administrators - and how that would ultimately serve the nation.Guests: Art Baldwin, National Energy Technology Laboratory; Sam Franklin, Pittsburgh Science & Technology Academy; Joan Schanck, Pittsburgh Tissue Engineering Initiative.
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As people age, they must always be mindful of "end of life" decisions. It's not just about your will. What happens if you become unable to voice your own wishes? Who will decide the health decisions on your behalf? When are you eligible for hospice care? This OnQ report features local experts who advise people on these issues every day.
William Slater's son, Larry, proudly recounts the story of his father's valiant efforts at Pearl Harbor.
Enjoy a "Chat With Charlie" as Charlie Cunningham gives OnQ a tour of the historic Springhill House, a restored 1776 stone home in Westmoreland County.
OnQ's Chris Moore goes Gator hunting in "The Swamp". What's the swamp you ask? It's the home field of the Allegheny County Midget Football League's team, the Garfield Gators.
OnQ contributor Carol Lee Espy explores the work of Louis Comfort Tiffany, whose creations range from glassware and paintings to beautiful stained glass windows and lamps.
What's new in pet health care? OnQ contributor Beth Dolinar visits the Pittsburgh Veterinary Specialty & Emergency Center in Ohio Township, where "high tech" vets are saving lives and offering pet owners the latest in animal care.