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Luke Ahmed, CISSP Sep 24
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Holly Borla Jun 21
This is still my personal favorite WWDC moment. The audience made this moment so special
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Shrouk El-Attar, MEng, MIET (She/They) 🏳️‍🌈 Jul 25
TODAY IS THE DAAAY! @queerscienceteam LIVE ON Instagram Amazing graphic by (Talk about multi-talented! 😍🙏🌈🔧🔧🔧✊🏽)
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Nasipwondi M. Wakoli Jul 20
Intentionally creating time to do more things that matter to me. Teaching is one of those... Nervous/excited about tomorrow but I get a chance to share a bit of my Engineering knowledge🎉🙌 Let's talk !
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Sarah Calande 🚲🛹👩🏼‍💻🥋🤸🏽‍♂️ Jan 22
One of the best things about working at Forbes is the encouragement to have a voice. Published my first article today
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JCN 👩🏼‍💻| Full Stack Developer Jan 24
For anyone who’s interested, here is the start of my ⁦⁩ story
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Barbara H. Whye Sep 16
Educate a girl: she will change the world. Educate a girl in STEM: she will make you a new world! That’s why the Intel Foundation is partnering on to bring STEM learning to 1 million girls:
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Jenny Munson Mar 3
Michelle is an outstanding engineer, advocate, and person. I love seeing our great student-scientists being recognized for the amazing people that they are.
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Women of Aeronautics & Astronautics Nov 26
This week’s is Bessie Coleman. Bessie Coleman was the first African American woman to have a pilot's license!
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Caitlin Demarest MD PhD Aug 3
PGY10. Today is the first day of my tenth( and FINAL!!!) year of training. 8 yrs (well, 5yrs with brief 3yr mid-residency hiatus for PhD ), and now 2yrs . T minus 365 days. Bring. It. On.
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Carlotta "Vote & Mask Over Nose", PhD Aug 28
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Rhea Liang Sep 19
If you have a little person interested in engineering, I highly recommend Sydney's Super Tunnel, available on until 8 Nov. Love the focus highlighting the many countries of origin, and women. 😍
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Kelly Wright MD Nov 30
Women were going into tech until the mid-80s when it was deemed more of a "man's field" and exposure to STEM for kids became much more gendered. Agree that we must highlight and remove the myth that it's somehow only for men.
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Kelly Wright MD Feb 24
Thank you Mrs. Johnson for paving the way with your genius, for inspiring a nation and wow-ing the world. Katherine Johnson Dies at 101; Mathematician Broke Barriers at NASA
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Cady Coleman Aug 11
Wow--great photo! The female flight controllers of STS-120. The shuttle commander of STS-120 was and the commander of the was Fantastic to see how many women supported this mission!
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Anna Neuman Oct 8
I switched to computational research simply to flex my non lab-safe fits
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Beverly Lau Ⓥ Jan 22
Just closed our Series B! And we're hiring. Ping me if you're interested. Very transparent culture, good people to work with.
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TeenTurn Oct 21
Next week our programming returns with a week of engineering delivered by our great friends . The ever intrepid is packing up the materials to go out to participants today!
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Simme 🥑 Sep 6
Do you remember ? 5 years have passed, and we still have *a long way to go*. Gender- and racial bias have no place in tech.
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🌟Rachel Konichiwakitty🎀 Jun 30
So, I know a lot of you are following me for my stem cells so here is a mini video that I've taken a long while ago of using a voltohmeter to measure the resistance of my cells! I grow retinal pigment epithelium cells on transwells :D
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