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Jedidah Isler knows the significance of intersections. She believes that some of the most interesting things of the human experience occur at the intersections. “There’s freedom in that in-between, freedom to create from the indefiniteness of not-quite-here, not-quite-there, a new

Jessica Meir, Ph.D., was selected by NASA in 2013. With an impressive CV that includes a Bachelor of Arts in Biology from Brown University, a Master of Science in Space Studies from the International Space University, and a Doctorate in

Groundbreakers and Glass Ceiling Breakers. Trendsetters and Boundary Pushers. The Advancing Women Engineers initiative aims to feature programs, events, and people that are constantly pushing the envelope and encouraging the development of women in both engineering and STEM careers as

2019 marks the centenary of India’s first female electrical engineer. Mrs. Ayyalasomayajula Lalitha BEng, MIEE was born in Chennai, India in 1919. At the age of 15 she was married and three years later, her daughter Syamala entered the world.

When item Engineer Bob Price’s wife came to him with a request, it provided an opportunity to push boundaries and get creative with solutions. item Engineer Bob Price had a problem. Actually, his wife had the problem. As a high school

Companies that understand and respond to the needs of career starters stand a good chance of attracting the best of the bunch. Every generation is subject to different and distinct political and media influences, and so too, each new wave of

ForbesWomen Contributing Author Joan Michelson recaps 7 key offers to have in order to recruit women in STEM According to a 2017 report by the Department of Commerce, Economics, and Statistics Administration, “women filled 47% of all US jobs in 2015

In South Carolina, a local Arts Center is leading the way by popularizing STEM and STEAM careers among today’s youth. The small town of Greenwood, South Carolina, is known for its position right on Lake Greenwood in the Lakelands area of

Debbie Sterling, founder of GoldieBlox, recaps her experience as a female engineer and how it led to developing a product designed specifically for young girls and STEM. “Usually when I tell people I’m an engineer they look at me and they

Professor Sheryl Sorby tackles how to recruit women for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics careers while detailing her past struggles Sheryl Sorby, PH.D., is a 2013 Fulbright Scholar Awardee, a professor of STEM Education at Ohio State University, a professor emerita