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VIDCODE + SNAPCHAT
A page where you can build your own Snapchat filters with code with Back-to-school challenge that ends on.September 30th
Posted on 13 Sep 2016
The Computer Girls
A link to the article about how many years ago, Anne Richardson, IBM systems engineer, designs a bridge via computer.
Posted on 13 Sep 2016
Explore Life Hacks
Explore life hacks is a website designed to compile a list of life hacks that helps solves problems you may come across in your daily life! We make your lives even easier, organizing the hacks by topic. Even if you're not sure which topic would suit your needs, we have a life hack randomizer which generates different life hacks for you to see.
Posted on 08 Sep 2016
Speaking Up For More Female Speakers At Tech Conferences
According to one 2015 study in the U.S., only 25% of speakers at tech events are women - and in Europe certain conferences have fewer than 10%. Why is it so important to feature more women at conferences? Women add new and fresh perspectives to line-ups and panels. And those ideas that can help any business, explains entrepreneur Cindy Gallop: ''There's a huge amount of money to be made out of taking women seriously''. Also, by not speaking at conferences, ''women are losing out on big opportunities'' to promote themselves and their businesses, says tech entrepreneur Anna Rose.
Posted on 08 Sep 2016
11 Books For Aspiring Entrepreneurs Written By Extraordinary Women
Turning an idea into reality is no easy journey, and every entrepreneur has hit bumps in the road and overcome obstacles. But the great thing about entrepreneurs is that they're pretty freaking resilient, and many are willing to pass along their knowledge to a new generation of business owners. If you dream of starting your own business, you should add these books for aspiring entrepreneurs written by women to your TBR pile.
Posted on 13 Aug 2016
Why do women students drop out of STEM majors? CSU study pinpoints a culprit
Women are more likely than men to get discouraged by a particular math class and give up on their quest for a degree preparing them for a career in science, technology or engineering, according to a new study from researchers at Colorado State University. A key reason for the higher ''I give up'' rate, the study suggests, is women's lack of confidence in their ability to do mathematics, particularly when they try to take Calculus I, a class most universities require in the pursuit of a degree in science, technology, engineering or math (STEM). The study, which was published Wednesday in PLOS ONE, a journal published by the Public Library of Science, found that while both men and women experience a loss of confidence in their math skills at a similar rate in Calculus I, the problem is that women have a lower confidence rate to begin with.
Posted on 23 Jul 2016
Secrets of Successful STEM Teachers
Teachers can inspire students to pursue a degree in science, technology, engineering and math - or they can turn them off from these subjects forever. In recognizing the role of educators, schools are coming together to remake STEM teacher prep in the early grades, and the government is pushing for a STEM Master Teacher Corps, which would seek to produce a cadre of STEM-savvy educators who would, in turn, spread their knowledge to their peers.
Posted on 10 Jul 2016
National Women in Engineering Day 2016
For National Women in Engineering Day W-T Engineering, Inc. asked engineers to submit a video encouraging young women to pursue engineering! Hear what everyone has to say .
Posted on 28 Jun 2016
How SWE Encourages Girls' Early Interest in STEM
Outgoing SWE President, Colleen Layman, discusses the effects of young girls' ebbing interest in science and math, the programs Society of Women Engineers - SWE offers females at every life stage, and the responsibility we have to raise up future generations to assume gender-neutrality in STEM.
Posted on 28 Jun 2016
More female leaders in science and tech urged
Appearing at NASA headquarters as part of a ''United State of Women'' Summit, NASA Deputy Administrator Dava Newman noted that fewer than one-third of the agency's scientists, and just over one-fifth of its engineers, are women.
Posted on 20 Jun 2016

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