Ana Kay Yaghoubian
Work by Ana Kay Yaghoubian
This guide will help you bring STEM opportunities to girls in your community. Read more »
From determining your branch’s capacity to planning logistics and evaluating your work, a lot goes into a science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) program! Follow these steps to host a successful STEM program from start to finish. Read more »
Spotlight on STEM is a quarterly newsletter for AAUW members across the country working to encourage girls and women to study science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). It features updates from AAUW headquarters, upcoming STEM activities for girls, and resources for activists and other women in STEM fields.
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Winning “Battle of the Plans” lesson, Fifth-Graders Can Be Industrial Engineers, Too! A Greeting Card Assembly Line, teaches girls what it’s like to be an industrial engineer through a creative activity that models assembly-line production. Read more »
AAUW’s Tech Trek camp for girls is taking the nation by storm. Want to show your community just how “hands on” our science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) programming is? Count on this action packed video to show that what happens at Tech Trek definitely does NOT stay at Tech Trek.
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This week, Traditional Home magazine honored five women for their exceptional volunteerism with the Classic Woman Award. Read more »
Use this daylong event to inspire middle and high school girls to pursue science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) careers, where women are still greatly underrepresented. Read more »
The winning submission to AAUW’s 2013 Battle of the Plans: Engineer a Lesson lesson plan contest is available for teachers and educators to use in their own classrooms. Contest winner […] Read more »
Where are the women engineers? Women make up only 13 percent of engineering professionals in the United States, and in 2009 less than 20 percent of college engineering students were […] Read more »