A new program aims to catch young women before they’re dissuaded from STEM fields.
Let’s continue to combat the lack of female representation in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
A list of supportive spaces — physical and virtual — for future female employees and entrepreneurs.
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UC Davis professor Jonathan Eisen explains how to help make science a true meritocracy.
Nancy Hopkins, a researcher and MIT professor, offers her observations on the experiences of female STEM majors.
Guest author Jenny Beswick, an engineer who encourages women to join the field, shares this list of pioneers.
Lawrence, executive director of the New York Tech Meetup, explains why conversations about women in STEM must continue.
The woman behind Wibi+Works talks about the importance of perseverance.
Durham, of Chic G.E.E.K.S., discusses racial representation and damaging stereotypes.
More women are working fields and tending to livestock, despite stubborn stereotypes.
How can we bridge this seemingly insurmountable gap?
Posts that comprise our month-long look at the issues facing women in STEM.
More than 1,500 Nigerian women will receive training thanks to a new effort by the Youth for Technology Foundation.