Podcast Episodes

Episode 25:Innovating STEM Education With TechBridge Girls

In this episode, we are talking to the CEO of Techbridge Girls Nikole Collins-Puri about the organization’s recent UL Innovative Education Award win. Techbridge Girls is the 2018 grand prize winner and the recipient of $100,000. Serving hundreds of girls across several states, the Techbridge Girls ChangeMakers program opens up the world of science, technology,… Continue reading Episode 25:Innovating STEM Education With TechBridge Girls

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Episode 23: The Value of Liberal Arts in Technology

In this episode, Lauren Maffeo shares: Her transition into the tech sector with a liberal arts background Why she chose to earn a certificate in AI for Business Strategy from MIT Sloan The role that shame plays in diversity and inclusion The balance between speaking at mainstream and “women in tech” events Links: *GetApp articles *Talk… Continue reading Episode 23: The Value of Liberal Arts in Technology

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Episode 22: Creating Change With ChickTech

In this episode, our guest was a teen mom and despite all the hardships ended up getting a computer engineering degree. She went on to get her MBA and in 2012 Janice Levenhagen-Seeley founded ChickTech. ChickTech is a non-profit that advocates for gender equality through high school workshops, training, and conferences. It aims at engaging women of all ages in the technology industry while working to… Continue reading Episode 22: Creating Change With ChickTech

Blog Posts

How I Became A STEM Author

I am a mom and mechanical engineer who manages projects by day and writes novels by night (or whenever I can squeeze it in!). I recently released The Calculated Series - fun, page-turning novels featuring women in STEM teaming up with government agents to fight crime.   Becoming a Writer While, I’ve always loved reading… Continue reading How I Became A STEM Author

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How to Survive Your First Fieldwork Trip

With the warmer weather coming up, many of us in STEM fields will be off for fieldwork. For those who are going on fieldwork for their first time, it can be a bit scary! But here are some tips to help you get ready for your trip. Many of us in STEM will eventually have… Continue reading How to Survive Your First Fieldwork Trip

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11 Real Women with Extraordinary STEM Stories

Subscribe to our podcast on iTunes: Her Stem Story - Prasha Sarwate  for a new interveiw every Monday. Also available on Stitcher. Coming Soon on Spotify! This is an archive post of our first 11 episodes. Binge them NOW! Episode 11: The Sparkling GEM of STEM- DiveIn Black History Month Special In today's DiveIn Black History… Continue reading 11 Real Women with Extraordinary STEM Stories

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Getting On The Plane To Study In A Foreign Land

Welcome to #STEMSupport, a bi-monthly article that will tackle common questions and issues others may face within STEM. Today’s article will talk about a subject that’s quite personal to me as an international PhD student – studying abroad! If you’re an undergraduate student, you’re probably being bombarded with fliers and emails regarding study abroad opportunities.… Continue reading Getting On The Plane To Study In A Foreign Land

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Episode 13: Taking Women’s Leadership To The Next Level

In this episode, we are talking to an expert in women leadership development, Brigid Moynahan, the CEO of Next Level Leadership INC., a training, and development organization based in NY. Brigid started the company in 1986 with a farsighted approach to create diverse leadership in fortune 500 companies. Over the last 25 years, she has created over 800corporate programs… Continue reading Episode 13: Taking Women’s Leadership To The Next Level

Blog Posts

Do I Even Belong Here? A SciCommer’s Dilema

My name is Mariah Loeber, and I run femstem.com on my lonesome.  It’s a website meant to be a hub for girls and women worldwide* to catch up on some exciting science news, and to get to see and interact with women in STEM.  We have interviewed scientists of all ages, from kids to adults,… Continue reading Do I Even Belong Here? A SciCommer’s Dilema

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The Incredible STEM Story of A ULXplorer

Recently we interviewed a very bright engineering student Sydney Guillory, who works with UL Xplorlabs to promote STEM awareness in school students. Due to some audio issues, we were unable to release the episode, so we decided to release the transcript of our amazing conversation. Read on to learn more about Sydney's incredible STEM story… Continue reading The Incredible STEM Story of A ULXplorer