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Quantahacks Throwback

Over the weekend of January 23-24, STEM for FEM was honored to host a virtual hackathon, Quantahacks! Although we missed out on hands-on...

Virtual Conference Throwback

We were originally disappointed at not being able to host a full-fledged in-person conference as STEM for FEM planned to back in spring....

5 Women in STEM Who Made History

Katherine Johnson, NASA Space Scientist Born in 1918, 18-year old Katherine Johnson graduated from university. Johnson and her colleagues...

Why Girls

We believe that girls especially should engage with STEM as early as possible, to break the preconception of it being “for boys” or “too...

Why STEM

Want to learn how light and sound work? Or why baking soda and vinegar make an explosion? Or how to make a robot dance? All these...