In the fall of 2012, three million more young American women entered college than their male counterparts. That’s a significant number, considering the entire population of the state of Connecticut is barely over three and a half million. Women outnumber men in an even greater scale in postgraduate education. In 2009, 60% of Master’s degrees in the United States were given to women. Yet, despite [...]
A key message from the Girls of Innovation program is to show them scientists “like me” and so inspire girls with the confidence, enthusiasm and persistence to continue pursuing their scientific interests. We do that by bringing the girls together with women who work in STEM careers who can talk with the girls about their career path and interests and choices they made while growing up.
The Connecticut Technology Council (CTC)'s Women of Innovation planning committee announced the finalists for the ninth annual Women of Innovation awards program. This program recognizes women – those in the workforce and students – across Connecticut who are innovators, role models and leaders in their technology professions or fields of study.
Registration is open for The Girls of Innovation Science Challenge for girls, grades 7 & 8, to explore science and it's challenges in a fun, interactive way. There is no fee for the students to attend, but they must pre-register here and get confirmation from CTC. About the program: [...]
Connecticut Technology Council Announces Winners of the Eighth Annual Women of Innovation Awards Program. Women leaders in technology, science and engineering honored at March 1st gala.
Connecticut Technology Council Announces 53 Finalists for the 2012 Women of Innovation Awards Program
Profiles of the 2012 Women of Innovation (r). http://www.ct.org
The Story The Jana Moak Scholarship The 2011 Category Award Winners The 2011 Finalists Official Press Releases Great Event Pictures 2011 Planning Committee Girls of Innovation Fifty six innovative, outstanding women from across Connecticut were honored March 31 during the seventh annual Women of Innovation awards dinner at the Aqua Turf Club in Southington. The awards program, sponsored by the Connecticut Technology Council, recognizes women [...]
The Girls of Innovation Science Challenge is for girls, grades 7 & 8, to explore science and it's challenges in a fun, interactive way. The volunteers are drawn from our Connecticut Women of Innovation program and from CTC membership. The mentors are there to talk with the students about their experiences and careers as well as to guide them through the challenges presented by the CT Science Center Staff Scientists. July 14, 2011.
Women leaders in technology, science and engineering to be honored during March 31 awards dinner Dr. Ella L.J. Edmondsen Bell, noted author and academic to keynote Read more about the Women of Innovation event–> Click here to REGISTER for this event–> HARTFORD, Conn., February 15, 2011 – The Connecticut Technology Council (CTC)'s Women of Innovation planning committee today announced the finalists for the seventh annual Women [...]
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