Women's History Month

Resources for teaching STEM students

When is it?

The month of March

What is it?

Learn all about what Women’s History Month is and how it started.

STEM Role Models:

17 Famous Female Scientists Who Helped Change the World

Latinas in STEM

Latina Mathematicians:

Ruth Gonzales

Erika Camacho

Article on empowering Latina scientists

Black Women in STEM

Gladys West

Mae Jemison

Annie Easley

Resource for Black women in Science and Engineering

Asian Women in STEM

Article on the invisibility of Asian women in STEM:

https://issues.org/realnumbers-29/

Videos:

Ted Talk on inclusion in STEM:

https://www.ted.com/talks/rachel_ignotofsky_making_women_in_science_visible/up-next

List of Ted Talks featuring women in STEM:

https://www.ted.com/playlists/253/11_ted_talks_by_brilliant_wome

Podcasts:

Podcast on gender gap in STEM:

https://www.cfr.org/podcasts/steminism

List of podcasts featuring women in STEM:

https://player.fm/podcasts/women-in-stem

Podcast on Latinx mathematicians:

http://lathisms.org/podcasts.html

Books:

Journals:

Scholarships:

Career:

Leadership & Resources:

Resources for Women in Science (or pursuing a degree in science)

https://www.awis.org/

https://www.discoverdatascience.org/resources/guide-for-women-in-stem/

https://www.nms.org/

https://www.wepan.org/page/WSKCResources

https://www.latinostem.org/

Resources made accessible for kids

https://ssec.si.edu/girls-and-women-in-stem

https://guides.loc.gov/latinx-in-stem

Volunteer:

Girls Who Code:

https://girlswhocode.com/

https://ngcproject.org/about-ngcp

https://www.millionwomenmentors.com/

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