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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10 Influential Women in STEM from Across the Globe

We're still celebrating Women's History Month, even though here at SheHeroes we celebrate ground-breaking women all year long! So why not celebrate with us by sharing the stories of 10 women from across the globe that are transforming the STEM fields.       1. Maryam Mirzakhani is helping us understand the complex mathematical relationships that govern twisting and stretching […]
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Valentina Tereshkova

Cosmonaut
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SheHeroes ChatCast - Scientist, Natalie Panek

This week we welcome SheHero, Natalie Panek! Natalie is a Rocket Scientist and Explorer. Whether learning to fly or driving a solar-powered car across North America, her extraordinary experiences have shaped her dream of becoming an astronaut. Natalie embraces the moments outside the bounds of her comfort zone. Natalie was named one of Canada’s Top […]
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SheHeroes ChatCast - Entrepreneur, Christina Li

This week we had the opportunity to chat with 17-year-old SheHero; Christina Li. Li has a passion for information technology and is not only following that passion but working to share that passion with other young girls.  This year Christina created a camp for middle school girls with an interest in math, science and technology […]
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Is Common Core the Key to More Girls in STEM?

As a mom with two kids who have been thrown in deep end of California's new Common Core system at school, I have to admit after last year, our first full year implementing Common Core, I am not a fan. Though my kids (both my 6th grade Hero and 4th grade SheHero) are quick learners […]
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Irène Joliot-Curie - SheHeroes In STEM Series!

Irène Joliot-Curie was a Nobel Prize winning chemist, and daughter of famed scientist Marie Curie. When it comes to great women from history, almost everyone has heard of Marie Curie, the great scientist who won two Nobel Prizes. Less well known is her equally brilliant daughter, Irène. Irène was born on 12th September 1897 in Paris where her famous parents […]
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19 Things You Don't Know Women Invented

From Kevlar to the circular saw, these women have been on the forefront of scientific discovery and invention.
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Emily Calandrelli Shows Off Coolest Aspects Of Space In New FOX Show

We are excited to launch our Everyday Sheheroes series with the amazing Emily Calendrelli. In our interview with us she talks about her career, her interest in math as a girl, how the "imposter syndrome" is her biggest obstacle, and her awesome gig as a host on the new show Xploration Station. Emily Calendrelli interview […]
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The First Woman to Become an Engineer in Europe

Romanian pioneer in engineering, Elisa Leonida Zamfirescu, is considered Europe's first woman engineer.
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