“Women have made significant contributions to STEM – and continue to do so – but their stories are often untold. Why is that? Do women and girls see themselves equitably represented in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) fields?”
Guelph Museums Curator Dawn Owen is in conversation with University of Guelph scientists: Jacklyn Simonson – Undergraduate Student, Environmental Sciences; Genievieve Borg – Ph.D. Candidate, Preuss Group; Kathryn Preuss – Professor and Department Chair, Engineering and Physical Studies; and Monica Cojocaru – Interim Associate Dean and Professor, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, whose stories are featured in our newest feature exhibition Iron Willed: Women in STEM.
History Bites is a monthly series of bite-sized conversations inspired by current exhibitions and stories from the collection.
Did you miss the event premiere? Watch the recording of History Bites via our YouTube channel: