Here at the Ohio STEM Learning Network, we’re keenly aware that women and girls are underrepresented in STEM fields. One great way of opening the door: Showcase Ohio women who are thriving in STEM education or STEM careers.
So, as a little experiment, every Wednesday, we’re going to highlight a woman in STEM.
Know someone we should highlight? Just drop your suggestions in the comments below or email us at OSLN at Battelle.org.
Every Wed., we cheer Ohio #WomeninSTEM – Afreen Asif https://t.co/eBKkSPbgLh by @chrisgraves https://t.co/xN5z3PJd3a pic.twitter.com/3dTUiiXKiS
— OSLN (@OSLN) April 6, 2016
Wed. for women: We recognize Dr. Sybil Brown of @ColsCitySchools for inspiring students https://t.co/ua1iQCD8e0 https://t.co/xN5z3PJd3a
— OSLN (@OSLN) March 23, 2016
Today, we recognize Lt. Liu: Graduate student at @usairforce institute and volunteer for @Dayton_STEM #womeninstem https://t.co/DloFlcBVaY
— OSLN (@OSLN) March 9, 2016
"An engineering degree can open a lot of doors." – Dovie Lacy @NASAglenn @WomenNASA #WomeninSTEM pic.twitter.com/b4YRnIk8K8
— OSLN (@OSLN) March 2, 2016