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Women have blazed the trail before you, and many of them want to help others succeed.

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Women are consistently underrepresented in science and engineering workplaces. This is especially so in senior management positions, where they face a high attrition rate.

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Women in STEM, particularly women of colour, often have to provide more evidence of being competent to be treated as equally capable as men.

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Women in STEM report pressure to fill traditionally feminine roles. Asian-Americans report the most backlash for assertive, self-promoting behaviours.

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Almost half of black and latina women in STEM fields have been mistaken for a janitor or admin staff in their own offices.

Marie Tharp

1920-2006, USA
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– Created the 1st map of the entire ocean floor.
– Her work was an important part of the highly controversial theory of continental drift.
– Was once fired for “girl talk” and defending her science.

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Marie Tharp (July 30, 1920 – August 23, 2006) was an American geologist and oceanographic cartographer who, in partnership with Bruce Heezen, created the first scientific map of the entire ocean floor. Tharp’s work revealed the presence of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge, causing a paradigm shift in earth science that led to acceptance of the theories […] read more