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STEM Gems Nov 18
"While inspiring girls to consider careers in STEM is a long-range project, we know that celebrity campaigns like this have a long-tail effect with positive results. IF/THEN’s tagline is “If she can see it, then she can be it.”
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Stemettes ® 💙 ★ # + 14h
Congratulations Dr Norah Patten her 'Shooting for the Stars' wins 🎉👩‍🚀 🚀 All about space, becoming an astronaut and about following your dreams – no matter how big! 💫
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UN Women Oct 26
If you teach a girl to code, she will change the world. Hear from girls in Kakuma refugee camp, Kenya, who are learning computer coding! 💻
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Leah Snow Oct 15
Today in math one of my girls was so successful w the task I had her present her solution and help me teach. It was an incredible experience for me to have her as my little co-teacher.
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Sterling Haring Oct 14
Alright et al - Help me out. Give me a list of some of your favorite female Twitter follows. No max or min- just contribute. Bonus points for WOC. I'll start. (h/t link)
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Lauren Mastroianni Nov 19
"If it excites you and scares you at the same time, it probably means you should give it a try" ✨feeling all the feels and getting ready to conquer this new challenge and hopefully surprise myself a little bit 💪
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Blue Studios.io 3h
“Asking children questions like ‘what do you think will happen next?’ piques their curiosity and interest. And when they actually see what happens, it solidifies their understanding....” - Lalita, mom in Texas.
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Nanci Guest, PhD, RD, CSCS Oct 15
Hey Planet -- you need this ! Well done young woman! 🧐😍
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Christ Mendela Aholiatin 10h
RT SiceloSTEMLADY: ....as we celebrate Africa Science week🥳 Share the event and Save the Date contributing to gender parity in STEM workforce❤️⁦ElevateTrust⁩ ⁦WashFellowship⁩ ⁦YouthConnektZim⁩
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Bronc Botz Oct 12
Bronc Botz ladies are showing how to at ! 🧡💙🤖
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G Dean Nov 19
Had the (grand)parent/ conference today & got Sugar's report card. She's doing well, is a B student & her highest grades are in math & science. Her teacher says she's so polite & very empathetic to others. Proud of her! 😍
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Ontario Network of Women in Engineering 1h
Dr. Jones talks about the importance of early interventions to help students make informed decisions about their future.
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Olivier Colas Nov 20
Attending to demonstrate a gaming prototype intending to promote
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U.S.-Mexico Foundation Nov 15
Mexican Girl (8) With a Higher IQ Than Einstein Is Studying to Be an Astronaut Adhara Pérez is studying in college-level classes. Specifically, Industrial Engineering in Mathematics at UNITEC and Systems Engineering by CNCI.
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Luisa Donato🦋✨ Nov 4
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Martyn Johnson Oct 16
The first Aspire2Be event of the year with our partners Tata, Neath/Port Talbot Coleg group and RLSP is underway. Looking forward to inspiring tomorrow’s female engineers
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GoldieBlox Oct 11
OMG 😍😍😍 Is this not the most perfect look? Love it !
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Ulrika Sultan Nov 16
Interesting read. Breaking the STEM stereotype: Reaching girls in early childhood A. Sullivan (2019)
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FabFems 3h
"Largest all-girl hackathon held in Rochester."
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Redmaids' High Maths 4h
Year 8 began a new unit of work on analysing data today and Dr Kaitlin Wade from The University of Bristol Epidemiology Dept. came to launch the topic. Dr Wade gave a fascinating insight into life as a statistician.Thank you for inspiring our girls!
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