Wicked Saints Studios CEO Jess Murrey talks with Built By Girls about her start in STEM.
'The Hunger Games' prequel director thinks Lucy Gray could be connected to a 'Mockingjay' character — but it's not Katniss
We asked director Francis Lawrence to weigh in on who Lucy Gray Baird may or may not be connected to in "The Hunger Games" franchise.
November marks Transgender Awareness Month - a month that is more important than ever for transgender people in STEM fields. Transgender and gender non-conforming continue in a STEM major at a rate about 10% lower than cisgender peers.
Kahleah Copper is heading back to Rutgers as an assistant on the women's basketball team, where she played during her college career. The Chicago Sky's star wing will become the Director of Athletic Culture and Professional Development. Copper averaged 14 points and 5.8 rebounds when she competed for the Scarlet Knights from 2012-16 under coach C. Vivian Stringer.
Mai-Lan Tomsen Bukovec is the Vice President of Technology at Amazon Web Services and spoke with Built By Girls for the video series How I Started in STEM to inspire the next generation to pursue careers in STEM.
National STEM/STEAM Day celebrates and acknowledges how far we have come in the field. Early 2000s studies showed U.S. students lag behind their peers in STEM.
Built By Girls breaks down five races that you should be aware of in this "off-year election". Remember to make your voice heard on November 7th.
Mojgan Lefebvre is the Chief Technology and Operations Officer for Travelers and spoke with Built By Girls for the video series How I Started in STEM to inspire the next generation to pursue careers in STEM.
Thanks to the work of students and advocates, period products are increasingly being offered for free in public bathrooms. As of 2023, half of the states across the U.S. have passed legislation requiring free period products to be available in school restrooms.
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A 2023 Cincinnati Enquirer Woman of the Year, she looks for a reason to be grateful every day.
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Samantha Searls, one of The Enquirer's 2023 Women of the Year, believes we all need community to survive.
The president's plan for mass student loan debt relief is stalled, but college affordability experts say larger question about cost remains unanswered
The computer pioneer is set to be celebrated by the Royal Institution after fears last year the day could be cancelled
J. Bob Alotta is the Senior Vice President of Global Programs at Mozilla and spoke with Built By Girls for the video series How I Started in STEM to inspire the next generation to pursue careers in STEM.
With recent infringements upon the rights of members of marginalized communities — most of whom are merely seeking to access and maintain how they manage their lives, liberties, and pursuits of happiness — it is important to know who’s in their corner, fighting the good fight. Congresswoman Jahana Hayes, who is in charge of representing Connecticut’s 5th district, is one such person.
86.4% of Black bachelor’s degree holders and 81% of Black students pursuing master's and doctoral degrees borrow for school.
Denise Quashie is the Head of Global Startup Marketing Programs for AWS and spoke with Built By Girls for the video series How I Started in STEM to inspire the next generation to pursue careers in STEM.
An astrophysicist who has worked with NASA and the European Space Agency will deliver a lecture to hundreds of Hartlepool students next week.
Each year millions of voters head to the polls to have a say in government elections. There are many organizations that help register eligible voters ahead of Election Day. According to the U.S. Census Bureau turnout for the 2022 congressional elections was the second highest in a non-presidential election year in two decades. Registration rates also climbed to their highest levels since 2000, with more than 69% of those eligible registered.
Climate change has emerged as one of the most pressing global challenges of our time. The consequences of a warming planet are becoming increasingly evident, affecting not only the environment but also worldwide economies and daily human life. Here are 5 reasons why climate change should not only be acknowledged by everyone but also why it should be a major concern.
The extra charge on women's products can significantly impact how much women ultimately pay for products marketed toward them
Companies that rushed to create DEI initiatives in 2020 are likelier to backtrack on their commitments
When companies rush to create diversity commitments, those efforts are typically not long-lasting.
Coco Gauff ‘can’t really get upset’ at climate protesters who caused 45-minute delay in her US Open semifinal
Coco Gauff said she couldn’t “really get upset” with the climate protestors who caused a 45-minute delay in the middle of her US Open semifinal against Karolína Muchová on Thursday.
Amy Yin is the Director of Product at Envoy and she spoke with Built By Girls for the video series How I Started in STEM to inspire the next generation to pursue careers in STEM.
In September of 2022 I, like hundreds of thousands of other U.S. students, packed my bags and embarked on a study abroad year. Roughly 63% of college students expressed interest in study abroad in 2017, but only about 14.3% ended up actually going abroad. Things happen, life happens, and the idea of living in another country can seem daunting, but that shouldn't stop you from exploring, learning, and growing. Studying abroad is an invaluable experience that allows for more cultural sensitivity, less bias, mutual understanding, and more global awareness in all forms – whether it be new perspectives on historical and current events or simply a new hobby.