International Women and Girls in Science Day

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Posted February 11, 2020

The United Nations General Assembly created “International Women and Girls in Science” day to recognize the role that women and girls play in science-based fields, and to challenge long-held biases and gender stereotypes.

For all of the girls, or women, that might need to hear this today….


And, not only that.

We NEED you!

We need your unique perspectives and experiences.

We need your creativity and innovation.

We need your voice in the room.

And, we need you as a role model for all of the girls following in your path.

We celebrate all the brave women and girls that are working (or have worked) in science professions. You’ve helped to pave the way for the next generation.

We are committed to continuing the narrative and working to improve the gender balance in science, and STEM careers more broadly.

Reach out if you’d like to help!

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