Dr. Theresa Chormanski is a Botany Professor and the Director of Landscape & Horticulture Technology Program. Dr. Chormanski will discuss her research projects on aerated Compost Tea and its effect on plant growth and vegetable yield, seed germination experiments, and propagating endangered fern South Florida species. Participants will learn how women can thrive by engaging in research and how to find jobs in Landscaping and Horticulture businesses. The conversation will be facilitated by Professor Nidia Romer. Ms. Romer is a full-time professor at Miami Dade College Kendall Campus Biology Health and Wellness department. She has been teaching for over 30 years. She has a bachelor's in science degree for her native country (Colombia), a master's in science from the University of Miami, and A doctor degree in Higher Education from NOVA. She did research with the University of Miami 8 years and publish several papers. As a professor at Miami Dade College, she earned a Learning Innovations Golden Apple Grant, and she developed four online courses.