12 Oct
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Learn the 10 Greatest Women In STEM.

Take a look back at this list of the 10 greatest women in science, technology, engineering, and math. 1. Hypatia Who? Hypatia’s entry to our list of great women in STEM might appear to some as tenuous. After all, her work was not quite what we would define as STEM today.  Hypatia was a prolific […]

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27 Aug
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How Women’s Colleges Can Help Women To Thrive In STEM.

Women’s colleges provide a unique, supportive environment for women to succeed in science and math. For too many students, college is a time to give up on dreams of pursuing a science, technology, engineering or math career – and this is especially true for women and minorities. From 2009 to 2013, approximately 22 percent of women entered […]

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15 Aug
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How Corinne Warnshuis empowers Women through “Girl Develop It”.

Girl Develop It is a nonprofit organization that provides opportunities for women to learn software development. Launched six years ago in New York City, Girl Develop It now operates in 53 cities nationwide. Corinne Warnshuis, executive director of Girl Develop It, spoke about the organization’s development and weighed in on women in Science, Technology, Engineering and […]

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09 Aug
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Mary Adams Encourages Women To “Change The World Like A Girl.”

Mary Adams Wants You To “Change the world like a girl.” Adams, the co-founder and program manager of Greater Cincinnati STEM Collaborative, is just one woman leading the way in the field of science, technology, engineering and math, also known as STEM. Adams, along with other influential women leaders in STEM, spoke at the Bringing More Women […]

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30 Jul
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Dr. Jess Wade, a Physicist, writes a 270 Wikipedia Profiles on Female Scientists.

Dr. Jess Wade wants to share female scientists’ stories and get young girls to consider a career in STEM. British physicist Dr. Jess Wade has written 270 Wikipedia pages for trailblazing female scientists in an effort to get every woman “who has achieved something impressive in science to get the prominence and recognition they deserve.” […]

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