STEM In The News: 

“UNL Research Shows Military Service An Important Pathway To STEM Careers For Women”

New research from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln shows military service could have a significant impact on whether women end up in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) careers. Read more 


“Bringing STEM to life for the next generation of women in science”

The Cincinnati Museum Center (CMC) strives to nurture the raw interests and curiosity of every child who walks through the door. And with its STEM Girls program, this mission goes a step further, inviting young women with an interest in science and “how things work” to explore tri-state area careers related to science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) Read more 


“Head to D.C., not Utah, to use your STEM degree”

Washington, D.C. is leading the way in narrowing the gender gap between STEM workers, a new study found. According to research by, the nation’s capital had a gap of just 13.8 percent between the percentage of men and women working in science, technology, engineering and math in 2017, followed by geographically nearby but statistically far behind Maryland at 38 percent. Read more