Women’s History in STEM

As I mentioned a couple days ago, we will have a greater focus on women’s history within STEM this month. Last summer, I did a blog series focusing on just that! With it being the beginning of the month, I’d like to do a throwback to one of my first posts in the series that provided an overarching history of women’s involvement in the long history of science, technology, engineering, and math.

Ada Lovelace, one of the pioneers of computing. Image from Wikipedia.
Ada Lovelace, one of the pioneers of computing. Image from Wikipedia.

Check out my old post, and let me know if you have any anecdotes or stories to add.

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About Amber Mear

I was the Digilent blog editor, and now I'm a contributor. I love learning about wearables and writing about social issues in STEM. Outside of work, I can be found watching Netflix with my cat, working on an art project, or trying to find new, delicious local foods.

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