Women in Engineering Director Recognized in 100 Women Leaders in STEM Publication
The Cockrell School of Engineering at The University of Texas at Austin offers nationally top ranked undergraduate and graduate degrees in aerospace, architectural, biomedical chemical, civil, computer, electrical, environmental, geosystems, mechanical, and petroleum engineering. With the nation's fourth highest number of faculty members elected to the National Academy of Engineering, the Cockrell School's more than 7,000 students work with many of the world's finest engineering educators…
Therapy Demystified: A Guide for Women of Color in STEM
How Empowering Women In STEM Can Spur Economic Development
It's a startling pair of statistics: When women are able to earn an income, they typically reinvest 90 percent of it back into their families and communi...
These 7 women in STEM give timeless advice to other aspiring scientists
From finding a mentor, to listening to others and just persevering - 7 women in STEM share their top tips for success.
Experts see STEM schools as a way to get more women in science fields
There's a big gap in the American workplace and experts say it's going to take a lot of women to fill it. Some of them say the concept behind the Hazleton Area School District's new Academy of Sciences is an effective way to start bridging the gap. Al
Towson has two of nation’s top 100 women in STEM!
National magazine recognizes Gasparich’s, Muhoro’s efforts to inspire women to enter the STEM field Share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window…
Here’s how we can encourage more women into the STEM fields
Despite the majority of university graduates now being women, they are underrepresented in the STEM subjects. Now female leaders from around the world are coming together to discuss opportunities for collaboration.
What you say matters: How to encourage women in STEM
Three ways our language and environment discourages women in their choices and pursuit of STEM education and careers, along with ways to overcome those issues.
High school students learn about STEM careers at Society of Women Engineers event
Students from Lorain County and neighboring communities were encouraged to explore the opportunities available in the science, technology, engineering and math or STEM fields Oct. 4 at the “Careers in STEM” event.
How female science, math teachers influence whether young women major in STEM fields
2016 study published in Social Problems that looks at how female math and science teachers influence high school students’ decisions to major in STEM fields.
Sex Hormones Maintain Stem Cells, May Explain Why 95% Of Supercentenarians Are Women
Emerging stem cell research suggests there may be a link between estrogen and longevity.
How wheat changed the world
From ancient Egyptian bread to Kellogg's cereals, wheat has been a culinary mainstay for thousands of years.
How Tesla Will Change The World
How will your students change the world?
Maryland educators talk about how their students will change the world (you might want to grab some tissues). Music: Filaments by Podington Bear
How cycling can change the world
This is the future that I want, described in a new book by the Guardian's Peter Walker.
How the bicycle changed the world for women
The wind whistles by like a gentle caress, propelling you forward, as you build up momentum. Legs begin pumping. Scenery is whooshing by, yet you glide down the road as if one with the ground. You and your bicycle are operating in perfect harmony, literally balancing on two wheels.
10 Hyperloops That Will Change The World
Connecting millions of people and transforming economies, these 10 hyperloop routes will change our world. For more by The B1M subscribe now: ow.ly/Gx...
How Diesel's engine changed the world
Rudolf Diesel died in mysterious circumstances before he was able to capitalise on his ingenious invention.
Why I Support Women in Manufacturing & STEM
As a woman in the manufacturing industry, it’s incredibly inspiring and empowering to be able to contribute to the many organizations that support women across the field.
Change 100 businesses, and the world’s food system will change with them
Collaborating with business may not be as satisfying as waving a revolutionary banner, but it gets results.