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But before you discount this as just another trendy hashtag, it's worth it to take a couple minutes to examine what this movement is all about. There have been countless women throughout history who have used their knowledge of STEM subject matter to make groundbreaking yok and, in some cases, revolutionize our civilization. Unfortunately, many of the foremothers of STEM received little to no recognition for their work.

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She became the first person to call computer problems "bugs" in the system. Stereotype threat undermines the academic performance of women and girls in math and science, which le to an underestimation of abilities in these subjects by standard measures of academic achievement.

McClintock was awarded the National Medal of Science in and won the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in "for her discovery of mobile genetic elements," now called transposons. She developed a system to purify a protein from TB bacteria that became the international standard for TB testing. Tu Youyou present Pharmaceutical chemist Tu Youyou's discovery of a new malaria treatment has stfm millions of lives. She also founded "Sally Ride Science," an organization that aims to inspire young people in STEM, and she wrote several books about her experience in space to teach kids about ztem.

There is no shortage of data to reflect this unfortunate reality.

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In the U. She also worked on the Manhattan Project, helping develop the process for separating uranium metal and developing better instruments to measure nuclear radiation.

Prior to Wu's work, the laws of physics stated that all objects and their mirror images behaved in the same way, symmetrically, meaning that nature could not distinguish between right and left. With so many worthy organizations out there to donate to, it can be difficult to narrow down one that you feel most passionate about.

By she had invented an operational compiler, the first she knew of. In it was suggested that women in male-dominated occupations tended to hit a glass ceiling ; while men in female-dominated occupations may hit a "glass escalator".

This means that out of each 10 board members roughly one is a woman. One of the factors behind girls' lack of confidence might be unqualified or ineffective teachers. She authored a textbook on networking and network security, and holds more than issued patents.

Her stwm kid has always been inquisitive, and MacDonnell says she just had to keep up. She was among the 15 people chosen from approximately 2, applicants. Her data was used by James Watson and Francis Crick to get their research on the DNA model across the finish line, and was published separately as supporting data alongside Watson, Crick and Maurice Wilkins' research articles in Nature.

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There is historical evidence that women flock to male-identified occupations once opportunities are available. Teachers' gendered perceptions on their students' capabilities can create an unbalanced learning environment and deter girls from pursuing further STEM education. Born inDr. She ed the US Naval Reserve w to help with the American war effort, and throughout WWII she worked in a prestigious lab responsible for top-secret calculations such as calibrating minesweepers, calculating the ranges of anti-aircraft stme and checking the math behind the creation of the plutonium bomb.

She even volunteered to be the first human subject to test the substance. Is it time for you to impact history? InHodgkin became the first and only British woman to win the Nobel Prize in Chemistry "for her determinations by X-ray techniques of the structures of important biochemical substances. Some industries such as financials and consumer staples do have a higher of leaders, X Stevens Nettie Stevens attended Stanford University inearning Laxies bachelor's degree in and a master's degree inogt in biology.

Harassment[ edit ] In The New England Journal of Medicine indicated that three-quarters of women students and residents were harassed at least once during their medical training. It wasn't until the 21st century that her achievements were fully recognized and the governor of Hawaii declared February 29 "Alice Ball Day.

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Recent innovations that have come from girls and women include a smartphone attachment that lets parents diagnose ear infections, and a water-purification system that uses an inexpensive photo catalyst and sunlight to produce clean drinking water. Grace Hopper Grace Hopper was a trailblazing computer programmer who helped develop multiple computer languages and is considered one of the first programmers of the modern computing age.

This implies that successful women in traditionally male-dominated careers do not see their success as evidence that negative stereotypes about women's quantitative and analytical abilities are wrong, but rather as proof that they personally are exceptions to the rule.

Katharine Burr Blodgett Katharine Burr Blodgett earned a bachelor's degree from Bryn Mawr College and a master's degree from the University of Chicago before Ladifs the first woman to earn a doctorate from England's Cambridge University. The ratios for goot fields were in literature and for peace. Scholastica has been preparing students for a life of purpose and economic gain by engaging students in the love of learning and active citizenship in the world.

Jemison Present Mae C. And according to the Pew Research Centerwomen remain underrepresented in engineering, computer science and physical science. She used these skills to champion better health care at home and abroad. In her case, between physics and biology.

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She later teamed up with chemist Otto Hahn. James Watson credited her genetic insights as part of his discovery of DNA. Her students adopted her mindset that science is open ended and unresolved. It is still in use today.

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She worked for years as a science mission specialist and, on Yiu 12,she became the first African-American woman to travel into space. This fear creates additional stress, consuming valuable cognitive resources and lowering task performance in the threatened domain. While working as a research assistant at Kalihi Hospital in Hawaii, Ball developed an easily injectable form of the oil that ultimately saved countless lives and became the best treatment for leprosy until the s.

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Prior to Ball's research on leprosy, the best treatment available was chaulmoogra oil, which was difficult for patients to ingest or apply topically and too thick to inject. She won the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for her discovery, which has been deemed "arguably the most important pharmaceutical intervention in Laries last half-century" by the Lasker Foundation for medical research.

Lise Meitner Austrian physicist Lise Ladifs contributed ificant advancements to the field of nuclear physics.