The STEM areas include science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
The Advancing Women in STEM Community Leader’s Forum, held on on January 29, 2018 in Montreal, was designed to harness the vast knowledge and experience of 60 leaders from the STEM, business, legal and academic sectors in order to generate practical recommendations and solutions to the four key challenges facing women in the STEM industry.
During the Women in Engineering Webinars, panelists, including select academic advisors from the Faculty of Engineering, university admissions advisors, professors, engineering alumni, industry representatives and current female engineering students make presentations about issues related to the admission/application process, as well as support and professional development of female students in the Faculty, covering experiences both inside and outside the classroom. The Women in Engineering Spring Webinar (March/April) follows a similar format to the Fall webinar, but also allows prospective students to receive answers to questions that could help finalize their decision to attend McGill Engineering.
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Joanne Soave has worked in a male-dominated technology industry setting for over 20 years now. “You have no idea how many rooms I’ve walked into where I’m the only female in a boardroom of 14 males,” says the chief operating officer of WaveDirect, a local telecommunications service.
McMaster Women in Science and Engineering (WISE) Initiative is an integrated network of academics and professionals in science and engineering fields. Together, we aim to support, celebrate and advocate for diversity & equity at McMaster University and in our surrounding community.
Tellent is a diversity recruitment and social impact company striving to close the talent gap in the new work economy. Tellent work with flexible work opportunity seekers and businesses to make work, work better for everyone. Tellent’s mission is to increase women’s economic contribution, progress gender equity and prepare companies for evolving workforce trends to stay competitive in the Future of Work.
When Canadian astronaut David Saint-Jacques is on the International Space Station this winter supporting one of his first spacewalks, Canadian space roboticist Kristen Facciol (EngSci 0T9) will likely be at the controls. The U of T Engineering alumna has just become the 14th Canadian to earn a CSA/NASA Robotics Flight Controller Certification, putting her in charge of timeline management, procedure development, and overall situational awareness for the robotics systems onboard the ISS during real-time operations.
Guelph Women in Computer Science (GWiCS) is a student organization focused on supporting and providing resources for women interested in studying Computer Science and Software Engineering at the University of Guelph. This includes cis and trans women as well as non-binary individuals. GWiCS hopes to support the inclusion and retention of these groups in our community.
Students often have trouble finding value in their degrees, especially as school becomes more expensive. Academic Invest likes to show students that their undergrad degrees aren’t useless by introducing them to careers they can pursue based on their major. To get you to the finish line, their scholarships will help you pay for school, and their job listings will help you find work when you’ve graduated.
Applied Science Technologists and Technicians of BC (ASTTBC) is leading a Sector Labour Market Partnership project, funded through the Canada-BC Workforce Development Agreement. The project’s goal is to increase the participation of women in the engineering, geoscience, technology and technician occupations through the implementation of diversity and inclusion strategies to recruit, retain and support the career development of women to lead a system-level cultural shift within these professions.
The Women in Mathematics Committee of the CMS has many resources for women in mathematics as well as holds many competitions and awards to encourage a passion for mathematics.
The Canadian Centre for Women in Science, Engineering, Trades and Technology (WinSETT Centre) is an action-oriented, non-profit organization that aspires to recruit, retain and advance women in science, engineering, trades and technology (SETT). Vision: A world where women participate fully in science, engineering, trades and technology. Mission: Through collaboration and partnership, the WinSETT Centre creates and fosters opportunities that encourage women to enter, stay and grow in SETT careers with the goals of maximizing Canada’s human resource potential, increasing innovation, and driving Canadian economic development.
Since its founding in 1971 by a small but passionate group of women mathematicians, the Association for Women in Mathematics (AWM) has grown into a leading society for women in the mathematical sciences and is one of the societies comprising the Conference Board of the Mathematical Sciences. AWM’s programs not only support those who participate in them directly but also help influence the mathematics culture more generally, so that young women entering the field today encounter an environment that is more nurturing than that of the 1970s and 1980s.
Anagha Krishnan: Days later, my mind was reeling. How could she say something like that? My mother, who couldn’t attend the conference with me, was very angry when she heard the story. “That is absolutely ridiculous,” she said, “You can do both. You can do whatever you want to do.”
Unveiling the hidden contribution of women in the technology sector. The unacknowledged work of women that went into weaving core memories helps to shed light on dualities such as mind versus body, and scientific versus traditional to examine how these dichotomies shape our understanding of innovative and creative work.
Technovation Girls is a global tech education nonprofit that empowers girls and families to become leaders, creators and problem-solvers. Technovation Girls offer two programs – Technovation Girls and Technovation Families – which bring kids and adults together to solve big problems in their communities.