Coffee-cubicle/work-dinner-bed: Repeat x 5Pfff….try again! There is so much more to Eng life than working. Newsflash! Engineers are people too, they like things and stuff and things and stuff just like everyone else!
Ayah combined her passion for art, engineering and business through developing littleBits!
Linda Luikus explores the world of coding and computers not as complicated and boring systems but as colorful, expressive machines meant to be tinkered with.
Western Engineering Outreach’s summer staff team talk about their experience leading engineering summer camp.
Debbie Sterling is an engineer and founder of GoldieBlox, a toy company out to inspire the next generation of female engineers. She has made it her mission in life to tackle the gender gap in science, technology, engineering and math.
Computers are everywhere however rather than just a device, this TED talks show how computers represent an environment that can use digital information and provide tangible results.
We asked female engineering students why they think more girls aren’t going into engineering.
This TED talk highlights a prosthetic device for above-knee amputees which combines best-in-class technology with an affordable price tag for people of all incomes.
A one pager from Colorado University College of Engineering & Applied Sciences that dispels myths and promotes positive messages to increase adults and children’s understanding of what engineering is and what engineers do. Funded by the National Science Foundation, the National Academy of Engineering developed and tested messages to promote a more positive image of […]
The Extraordinary Women Engineers Project (EWEP) is a national project to encourage girls to consider pursuing engineering. This study used focus groups and online surveys to gauge high school girls level of interest in engineering and awareness of engineering careers, as well as exploring the current and potential messaging used to increase enrollment with this […]
Generation Stem is a comprehensive white paper prepared by the Girl Scout Research Institute. The report stresses that girls are indeed interested in STEM subjects, but still struggle with gender barriers. The report also provides details on the STEM interest and abilities of African American and Hispanic girls, noting that the majority have high interest, […]