Find Your Outlet with DiveIn

I don't know about you but for me, the days of logging on to my social media feed and seeing nothing but engagement announcements, wedding photos, and (surprisingly) fast-growing babies is something of the past. No, they aren't completely gone, that would be weird, but the landscape has shifted from witty updates from friends and … Continue reading Find Your Outlet with DiveIn

Dating Advice For Successful Women In STEM

Dating is a tricky thing! It’s frustrating and full of mind games, clues, and insecurities. I was recently reading a book where the female lead character was making almost 3 times a year as compared to her partner who was making. The awkwardness of making more than your partner is universal. (Being a heterosexual, I … Continue reading Dating Advice For Successful Women In STEM

#08: Reaching For The Sun

In this episode of our podcast we are talking to a Solar Scientist, Physicist  Dr. Stephanie Yardley, who studies the eruption of the Sun's magnetic field that can lead to the spectacular displays of the aurora but can also severely damage our technological systems on Earth. She is joining us all the way from Scotland. Listen to … Continue reading #08: Reaching For The Sun

The Bright Side of Being a Woman in STEM

As a kid I always had my families' support, most of my college education was paid for, and I was self confident enough in college that sexism didn’t bother me (too much). I understand that this isn’t the case for everyone, but that is why it is my right to try to shed a new … Continue reading The Bright Side of Being a Woman in STEM

#STEMSupport – An Introduction

A short while back, I wrote a guest post here at Her STEM Story about how to manage your mental health in academia. Apparently the response to that article was good enough that I have now been asked back as a semi-regular contributor with my own section: #STEMSupport! But first – a little bit more … Continue reading #STEMSupport – An Introduction

Her WiSE Way To Neuroscience

This is a gist of our interview with the amazing Jackie Giovanniello a PhD student in Neuroscience. Listen to the entire episode on our "Podcast Episodes "page. Introduction STEM programs for girls have seen a surge in numbers at middle and high school levels around the world. But what about the women who are already a part … Continue reading Her WiSE Way To Neuroscience

How to Breathe During Your Studies: Mental Health and Academia

Introducing our very first GUEST BLOGPOST by Alex Fitzpatrick. Read more about her at the end of the post. ------ College, as the old saying goes, should be the best years of your life. But for many undergraduates and postgraduates, these are the hardest and most stressful years of their lives. Academic studies can be … Continue reading How to Breathe During Your Studies: Mental Health and Academia

Who is a Mentor & How to Approach One Right Away

Mentorship is one of the most important ingredients for success! Remember your first teacher in school. Teachers are such an important part of growing up. But once we grow up and move out of our parents' home we find ourselves figuring everything out alone. Google definitely helps, however, there is no filter to decide the … Continue reading Who is a Mentor & How to Approach One Right Away