Monday on Lake Effect: STEM & NASCAR, On That Note, Harm-Reduction Model in Opioid Crisis
Monday on Lake Effect:
We learn how a Stanford graduate took her STEM degree and put it to use at 200 miles an hour on the racetrack. Later, what a harm-reduction model looks like when it’s used it to fight opioid addiction. Plus in this month’s On That Note, cellist Robert Cohen explains the difficulties of transporting his 300 year old cello in various climates.
- Julie Landauer, NASCAR driver & STEM education and women's advocate
- Robert Cohen, cellist & On That Note contributor
- Hannah Hetzer, Durg Policy Alliance Senior International Policy Manager
- The Koch-Marshall Trio