International Women’s Day celebrates the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. This is the perfect opportunity to showcase the accomplishments of our SACNISTAS–women from a variety of fields and backgrounds who have overcome challenges and discrimination to persist in STEM.
Worldwide, women in STEM continually face unequal pay, reduced opportunities, and underrepresentation in their education and careers. It is time to acknowledge this disparity and take action to increase diversity in science and other disciplines.
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>> If you liked our Women in STEM stories and want to learn more about other inspiring scientists please take advantage of the following resources:
- SACNAS Biography Project – an online archive of first person stories by and about Chicano/Hispanic and Native American scientists with advanced degrees in science.
- SACNAS Featured Speakers – a YouTube playlist of the SACNAS featured speakers from 2015, 2016, and 2017 SACNAS.
- SACNAS Biographies – a YouTube playlist of nine scientists who share their personal narratives.
- STEM + Culture Chronicle – stories written by and about STEM students and professionals of color (and allies) that seek to inform, inspire, and sustain our community in the pursuit of STEM, leadership, and social change.