This primary source set from the Library of Congress highlights the many women who have contributed to scientific fields in spite of the discrimination and exclusion they faced. As you review this set, ask yourself how has the role of women in STEM changed over time?
This article explores inequities that are especially common among women in science, technology, engineering and math jobs who work mostly with men.Read Article
Pew Research Center
Cary Funk and Kim Parker
This article explores why women are underrepresented in STEM.Read Article
This article provides data, charts, and facts about challenges of being a woman in STEM.Read Article
World Economic Forum
This page provides infographics and data about women in science and STEM.Read Article
This article highlights and honors 15 black women who are paving the way in STEM and breaking barriers.Read Article
Marquita K. Harris
Though dated, this research report gives a history and thorough review of the issues women face in STEM, which have not changed in the last decade.Read Article
American Association of University Women
Catherine Hill, Ph.D. Christianne Corbett Andresse St. Rose, Ed.D.
This is an archive of the Obama Administration. Podcasts and articles feature women from across the Administration telling the stories of their personal heroes across the fields of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM).Read Article
The White House Archives