7:30 am, June 17th | by Grace Rasmus
Brace yourself to feel super inadequate while watching today’s video.
9:30 am, February 4th | by Laura Donovan
Fewer women are entering science and technology professions, and after taking a good look at a new infographic created for City Town Info, I don’t blame my fellow ladies at all for steering clear of such male dominated fields.
12:48 pm, January 3rd | by Hillary Reinsberg
Fewer women rise to the top in science and engineering and fewer women graduate with degrees in science and engineering…why? It’s not the first time this question has been addressed, and it won’t be the last.
3:00 pm, December 15th | by Hillary Reinsberg
They’re not what you’d expect.
1:10 pm, December 12th | by Hillary Reinsberg
A new claim, that women think science and technology are “boring,” is fairly ridiculous.
6:25 pm, December 8th | by Hillary Reinsberg
Conservation biologist Krithi Karanth is an award-winning scientist who just won National Geographic’s 10,000th grant. But the 32-year-old says she’s still had to work “ten times harder” as a woman, particularly in India.
10:46 am, December 8th | by Hillary Reinsberg
It’s not a huge surprise to hear that, still, few women are graduating with degrees in science, technology, engineering and math — and that as a result, not many women are populating those fields. But a new study says it’s the fault of colleges and universities, not women. How can we fix it?