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View Resource National Girls Collaborative Project

The goal of the National Girls Collaborative Project (NGCP) "is to bring together organizations throughout the United States that are committed to informing and encouraging girls to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM)." The Project started as a regional organization in the Pacific Northwest in 2002, and the National Science Foundation funded the creation of...

View Resource GirlGeeks

GirlGeeks is an organization that encourages women to pursue and develop careers in technology. The organization started in 1998 as a documentary film about women's impact on computing throughout history. The GirlGeeks website states that "technology for communication and community-building are more important than ever...[and] we want to ensure that women and other often-overlooked groups have...

View Resource STEM Equity Pipeline

As a past president of the National Academy of Engineering put it, "A consequence of lack of diversity...[is that] we pay an opportunity cost, a cost in designs not thought of, in solutions not produced." Thus, in an effort to increase the diversity of the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) workforce, STEM Equity Pipeline was developed. The "Online Resources" section of their...

View Resource Planning Role Model Visits and Field Trips to Inspire Girls in Technology, Science and Engineering

This archived webinar from Linda Kekelis and Jeri Countryman of Techbridge presented "practical strategies and resources that will help teachers, Girl Scout Leaders and after-school program providers to conduct outreach." The main goal of the Techbridge program is to "encourage girls in technology, science and engineering." The webinar may be downloaded for viewing; its running time is 27:00....

View Resource A Student's Perspective: Nanotechnology

This article, published in the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers' Instrumentation & Measurement Magazine, was written by a nanotechnology student and includes her thoughtful perspectives on her educational experiences. At the time of the article's publication, Amy was a senior ECE student at Rowan University.

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