Girl Power in STEM: Embrace Equity!

By Dr. Shruti Sharma for the IWD2022 Organizing Committee; Kimberly Horvat, (Stony Brook University), Kristine Horvat (University of New Haven), Shruti Sharma (Clean Energy Business Incubator Program), Vivian Stojanoff (Brookhaven National Laboratory).

In celebration of International Women’s Day, we invite you and your family and friends to attend Girl Power in STEM: Embrace Equity.

Girl Power in STEM: “Embrace Equity” is a symposium to celebrate the accomplishments of women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) fields. Speakers and panelists will discuss the impact of women in STEM careers, on the work environment, and on the economy; how we as a society can improve women participation in STEM fields. Bringing together women from academia, government, and private sectors, this event will also help up-and-coming young professionals learn about women’s experiences in STEM fields. This year we join the International Women’s Day, IWD 2023, community in creating a gender equal world. Speakers and panelists will engage our participants in thought-provoking talks and panels on how we all can seek out inclusion and embrace equity within our own spheres of influence as well as support forging gender equity and women leadership in STEM fields.

We look forward to seeing you on March 4!

Girl Power in STEM: Embrace Equity!
Saturday March 4, 9:30 AM through 1:00 PM Attend via Zoom
Register now!
For more information and a detailed program visit:


Author: sbugwise

We are the Graduate Women in Science and Engineering group at Stony Brook University and we are dedicated to supporting women in STEM fields.

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