7 Ways Yoga Can Help Teach Your Tweens to Manage Anxiety 

This is a guest post from writer and blogger, Jennifer Landis at Mindfulness Mama.  Today’s tweens have a lot to make them feel anxious. Even when a pandemic doesn’t rage, their hormones do, causing behavioral changes. Many are adjusting to homeschooling, and they miss their friends. They may lament missing their chance to play spring sports […]
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Bridging the Gender Divide: Guide to Overcoming Broadband Access to be a Female Leader in STEM

We’ve all heard the common myths why women aren’t in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) careers: young girls aren’t interested in such rigorous topics or women just don’t perform as well in them as men. Let’s be clear: None of those excuses are based in fact. The point still remains that women are largely […]
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Celebrating Women's Equality Day

Today is Women’s Equality Day!  Established August 26, 1971 by Rep. Bella Abzug, Women’s Equality Day was a way to commemorate the passage of the 19th amendment, the Woman Suffrage Movement Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, which gave women full voting rights in 1920. It also commemorates the Women's Strike for Equality where,  on August 26, 1970, 20,000 women […]
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Christina Eubanks Turner Girls, Math & STEM

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Tess Mateo

New York SheHero Tess Mateo Moderates UN Conference on Women & Girls in Science. Go to 55:22 to hear Tess speak about the importance of SheHeroes.org.
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Ways to Celebrate Girl Day (Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day)

Forget Valentine's Day and St. Patrick's Day! Our favorite day is February 21st, “Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day”! We are so happy to help spread the word about the movement started by our friends at National Engineer’s Week 12 years ago.
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Dr. Joy Wolfram

Dr. Joy Wolfram is an Assistant Professor of Medicine at the Mayo Clinic in Florida, where she leads the Wolfram Lab for Nanomedicine and Extracellular Vesicles. She also holds affiliate faculty positions in the Department of Nanomedicine at the Houston Methodist Hospital in Texas and in the Department of Biology at the University of North […]
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Dr. Gilda A. Barabino

Gilda A. Barabino is the Daniel and Frances Berg Professor and Dean of the Grove School of Engineering at The City College of New York (CCNY). She holds appointments the in the Departments of Biomedical Engineering and Chemical Engineering and the CUNY School of Medicine. Prior to joining CCNY, she served as Associate Chair for […]
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This Adorable Card Game Will Teach Your Girls About Women In Science

This new card game includes 44 different women in science (16 more available in the expansion pack), including women like Ada Lovelace, Rose Dieng-Kuntz, and Chien-Shiung Wu.
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Teaching Girls That They’re Brilliant Starts With the Parents

We can teach our girls early on that they can and are brilliant. But how? Well, it starts with the parents. By Mariah Loeber; Crossposted with permission from Fem-S.T.E.M. A bit of a depressing study came out claiming that by age six girls didn’t think they were as brilliant as their boy counterparts.  This being said, it’s […]
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