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Donovan Live WKYC 8m
Girls in STEM | STEM talent visits Cleveland during recent national convention
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Danielle Moore, M.Ed 2h
Elated to join the TxGCP Regional Leadership Team! The Texas Girls Collaborative Project connects K-12 schools, higher education institutions, organizations and individuals across the state of Texas committed to motivating girls to pursue careers in STEM.
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John Howe 2h
Hey are you thinking what I'm thinking?!
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Tiffany In The Museum 2h
Family buying toys in the gift shop, including a stuffed bear -- Dad: He's a pilot. Young daughter: *in a tone that says she's not putting up with that* Um, SHE'S a pilot. You go, girl.
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High Tide Foundation Nov 19
Continuing our bit to connect industry and education throughout Teesside, we've been over to this morning to discuss collaboration and our aims to inspire the local young people to consider careers within industry.
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Michael Caraccio 4h
Hey did you know girls can work construction too? At Sale Creek we do! Applied Math student smoothing the steel with a grinder before being welded to our trailer frame!
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Toshiba Innovation Nov 19
On , we're thinking of these innovative from who won an ExploraVision award for their 🚽 which could analyze irregularities in human waste 20 years from now!
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ayah bdeir Nov 10
Yesterday this gentleman on twitter broke my heart with his tweet and it launched me on my first tweetstorm. One of the most effective ways to show girls they are more than clever enough to be scientists and leaders is to show them role models doing it. Here goes...
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Young Scot 15h
Science 🧪 Technology 💻 Engineering 💡 Mathematics 🧮 They’re all subjects you can learn at school known as ! We’re working with to improve gender imbalances in STEM & raise the profile of fab so you get inspired! Visit:
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shams 2h
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greenlight for girls 16h
Only 4 days to go until our next event! And not any event: Our NINTH g4g Day ! All our partners are joining what will be an amazing day of STEM discoveries for the 300 girls who are invited to come with us!
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Meera Sriram 4h
So happy for Laura and equally excited for her book!
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STEM Next 9h
The impact of programs like can be life changing. Article highlights promising practices built on research, program practices & success stories that engage & change lives.
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Every Curie Nov 11
Celebrating Women in STEM month in Wisconsin! This month we honor women in STEM as heroines—to celebrate their past & encourage their future!
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Eva Logan Nov 14
My STEM student and her mom coding together. A student asked me what resources I used to learn to code and teach coding because her mom wants to learn Python, too. Thank you for these free resources to learn
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IGNITE Worldwide Nov 15
Being brave, not perfect. "In IGNITE, we send a message that these women were brave, not perfect," said 's CEO, Cathi Rodgveller. Check out her article here:
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kelaher 2h
Not cool - why are some engineering toys tagged "boy" gender. Not cool at all !
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Renata Borovica-Gajic 1h
so proud to see so many girls interested in STEM
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Techbridge Girls Nov 10
Wow!!! Thank you ! Our second place award serve many more and in Renton!
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Stemettes 💙 ★ # + 10h
"What others think about you is none of your business. Don't let that hold you back." - panel to close our event.
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