The Women in STEM campaign aims to promote women and girls in science, technology, engineering, and math — showcasing ways to advance in education, opportunities for mentorship and collaboration, and organizations working towards a more gender equitable future.
Zainab discusses her passions for astronomy, why diversity is so important in STEM fields, and how we can better support the next generation of female explorers.
Ann talks about her beginnings in STEM, her experiences growing up as a girl in STEM, and her advice for Canada’s future innovators.
For 40 years, the Society for Canadian Women in Science & Technology has aimed to empower women to make STEM fields more diverse.
Underrepresented newcomers in tech: “In a competitive global economy, Canada can’t afford to leave talent on the sidelines.”
Carleton University is committed to bridging the gender gap in STEM fields through its recently-launched program.
Building the next generation of female STEM talent is critical for solving the complex problems of today and the future.
Diversity brings different perspectives, and thinking to a challenge and, in STEM fields, this translates to greater innovation.
Indigenous communities around Canada turn to the diverse team at Narratives Inc. to help them navigate the project-planning landscape.
Women scientists are conducting breakthrough research in the development of new technologies with promising potentials in genome science.
We spoke with Joanna Osawe, Julia Cushing and Aisha Bukhari, the team at Women in Renewable Energy (WiRE).
CAGIS provides diverse role models to girls and gender-nonconforming youth, which can increase their interest in pursuing STEM.