What if Black history is just us showing up as we are?
Unveil the intersection of music, Black history, and STEM principles as Chicago-based artist Moyana Olivia navigates the rhythm of her music career and studies in musicology at Northwestern University. Black music history is a crucial part of her music career, education, and inspirations.
The climate activist has been arrested in Sweden and the UK as a result of her protests.
By increasing diversity in STEM professions, we create positive feedback where the success of one paves the way for the next generation.
The Women of Color STEM DTX Conference celebrated its 28th event in 2023 with a three day event dedicated to honoring women in the fields of STEM.
Young changemakers are redefining what it means to ignite social change by utilizing a crucial element: STEM. By incorporating modern technology, engineering skills, and scientific knowledge, young women are creating innovative solutions that defy geographical barriers and make a widespread impact.
NASA's spacecraft Juno did a flyby of Jupiter's moon Io to learn more about the lunar body's volcanic activity.
Breaking down barriers across the STEM field is a constant battle for women and non-binary individuals. Woodwork is one of those fields.
Built By Girls highlights five women who made history in 2023.
Built By Girls presents How I Started in STEM - a video series connecting female and gender non-conforming executives in STEM with the next generation ready to break into their careers. In this episode Misfits Market Director of Product Janet Kim gives her best advice on getting in and getting ahead in STEM.
Stella McCartney took a spin through the animal kingdom, using sustainable fabrics, materials and techniques to create feathery fluff and wild prints.
You definitely don't want to look like a Grinch this year.
Built By Girls reviewed the box office for the best holiday movies that may interest you.
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.
86.4% of Black bachelor’s degree holders and 81% of Black students pursuing master's and doctoral degrees borrow for school.
An astrophysicist who has worked with NASA and the European Space Agency will deliver a lecture to hundreds of Hartlepool students next week.
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.
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.
I call these my “pretty little problem solver” gadgets and gear − with a fix for a modern family’s daily dilemmas, large and small. Let’s dive in.
Rebekah Bruesehoff, a high school sophomore in New Jersey, is a straight-A student who loves reading, writing, musical theater and field hockey. "I think there's a really big disconnect between what we're hearing from legislators, and what we see in real life," said Bruesehoff's mother, Jamie Bruesehoff. "I think that all transgender kids play sports for the same reasons all kids play sports: to do something they love, to have fun with their friends, and to be a part of a team."
Listening to podcasts offers an easy way to consume information and entertainment, download it and go, or just press play! This medium offers women a sense of representation and connection for women.
Networking is an integral part of career growth, but how you create a core group of people you can depend on in your professional life can impact you for a long time. Think of it as your own personal board of directors of your company, You Inc.