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Rayonna Jan 18, 2018 793 views

Any advice on how to successfully complete college being a single mom?

I recently just found out that I'm expecting, and I'm only 18 years old. Right now I'm in my second semester of college, but my baby is due in September which will be the first semester of my sophomore year. I want to be a Veterinarian which means I have a long way to go until I'm completely...

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Terri Jan 23, 2018 782 views

What is the hardest part about being an African-Ameican woman and becoming a mathematician?

I am asking this because I know it is very hard for an African-American woman to major in mathematics and work in this field. In addition, I am curious about how these mathematicians overcome the obstacles that they face.


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Mackenzie Jan 18, 2018 706 views

How can I make a difference?

Going into any field, it is always helpful to know why you are doing something. However, some majors are more complicated to figure out their purpose when compared to others. As a future engineer, I would like insight on how engineers are making a difference, especially in its biomedical...

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Kaitlyn Jan 20, 2018 611 views

How can I change the world by doing what I love?

I am a Girl Scout and I dream of leaving the Earth better than I found it. I love science and creating the designs from my head. I find mathematics to be a little challenging, but I keep working and am in Pre-Calculus and have taken all honor maths my school offers. I think Engineering is a...

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Lily Jan 25, 2018 726 views

Is it possible to learn scientific terms in another language while studying science in English?

I am already bilingual (speak English and Spanish), but my Spanish-speaking abilities still lie a lot more on the informal/conversational side rather than formal/technical. I know that just knowing another language will benefit me no matter what, but I feel that it won't help me as much in my...

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Aishwarya Jan 16, 2018 886 views

How do you balance humanities with a STEM major?

I love to write and draw -- they're two of my passions -- but I also love science and math, which is why I plan on going into a STEM field. How do you keep the two balanced when so many claim you can't reconcile them?

#women-in-stem #arts #stem

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Emelia Jan 16, 2018 1000 views

How lopsided is the men:women ratio in STEM fields?

As a female looking to go into a STEM field, I'd like to get a little insight into how much of a minority women will be. #women-in-stem #stem

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Brandy Jan 18, 2018 1048 views

I would like to know how many African American females hold degrees in Mathematics.

It is often said that minorities are not "good" at mathematics. I am just curious to know how many others have taken the journey I am embarking on successfully. #statistics #women-in-tech #women-in-stem #stem #mathematics

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Adilene Jezabel Oct 24, 2016 1048 views

Women in stem, how do you know when your cheated?

Trying to become a woman in stem, what are some tips that will not get me cheated from the benefits of my work ethic compared to male counterparts. There's always been a difference in pag wages between men and women, but how I can I better prepare myself for this reality? I mean I could just be...

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Brittany Oct 19, 2016 1073 views

Is it hard to become a civil engineer especially if you're a black woman?

I'm asking because I'm a black woman myself and i would like to know all the challenges I would have to go through in order to pursue my dream as a civil engineer. #civil-engineering #women-in-engineering #black

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Gabriela May 04, 2016 1521 views

Do bio engineers have weekends off? Is it all work all the time or is there time for a family when the time comes?

I am currently a high school senior who is planning on majoring in bio engineering in the fall. I am asking this question because I like to think ahead and I was just curious. #engineer #women-in-stem #bioengineering

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Kendralyn Oct 27, 2016 1039 views

What are "worthwhile" contributions that I could make to today's society as an astrophysicist?

I want to get a doctorate in astrophysics but I don't want to do all of this work and spend all of this money/ pay off loans for several years if I can't do something worthwhile with it. #stem #women-in-stem #astrophysics #stem-education #stemcareers