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Supporting Girls In STEM

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Supporting Girls In STEM “We have to show girls that they will be loved and accepted, not for being perfect, but for being courageous.” Those are the words of Reshma Saujani, the founder of GirlsWhoCode, a US-based non-profit organization that provides STEM support to women and girls with the aim to increase the participation of […]

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African Women Leaders In STEM

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STEM, Are there African women in STEM fields? Of course, there are many of them. Meet Rebecca Enonchong, the Cameroonian woman Technopreneur who founded AppsTech, Bethesda, a Maryland-based global provider of enterprise application solutions in the United States. AppsTech, which was founded in 1999 now has clients in more than 40 countries on 3 continents. […]

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Black Women Inventors

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Have you ever wondered who was the brain behind the invention of the GPS technology with which your smartphone operates? Meet Dr Gladys West, an African-American Mathematician born in 1930 in her hometown Sutherland, Virginia, USA. As a Mathematician, Dr West devoted most of her time collecting and analyzing satellite data from the surface of […]

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STEM Ambassadors Robotics Exhibition

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    Last year’s STEM Ambassadors Robotics Exhibition was an eye-opener to hundreds of students from nine secondary schools in Onitsha, Anambra State. Students were not only inspired by the exhibition but they learned so many things about Robotics and its implication on the future of work. #Robotech#STEMEducation#Onitsha#FutureofWork#STEMed#STEMGirls#Robots#HandsOn#Tech#Science#Education#TechGirls#Schools#AnambraState#Nigeria#STEMIsFun