Rohini’s story

Bombay to Townsville; A journey in architecture If I went back in time and told my 10-year-old self that in the future I’d be living in another country independently, ziplining and kayaking, diving in the great barrier reef, working in multi-cultural environment,...

Hiral’s story

When you’re as passionate about nature and wildlife as I am, people can’t help but ask where that passion stems from. Truth be told, I can’t really pinpoint exactly where it came from but I’m pretty sure growing up in Zimbabwe and being exposed to nature so freely,...

Fay’s story

A post recently popped up on my facebook feed of a fantastic photo shoot a mum had taken of her daughter’s softball team. The girls wore both pretty dresses, and their trainer. They wore crowns, and war paint, high heels and catcher’s mits, they were both ‘pretty’ and...

Erin’s story

At first glance, my career path may appear as a professional absurdity.  People like me – first-generation college student, millennial, brown, and female – have never been the traditional face of leadership in STEM, and are certainly not expected to exist, let...

Kim’s story

Hello from Dallas, Texas! My name is Kim and I am a controls engineer in a company focused in industrial automation. When you order your headphones online or pick up a single serve pre-made salad from your local grocer, your product may have at one time, been my work...

Catharina’s story

My expert field is amphibian ecology with a focus on acoustic ecology. I do a lot of programming and coding as well, both for analysis and when needed for software. My PhD was conferred in October 2018, and my post-doctorate in China just started. I am very excited...

Morgan’s story

When deciding what I wanted to do with the rest of my life, I struggled to find something that would be able to marry the two most important things for me in a career: my curiosity about the human mind and my undying spirit of creativity. Needless to say, I never...

Bruna’s story

There is something special about knowing your robots so well that you can tell what is wrong by the noise it makes. Initially it feels like learning another language and with time, it becomes second nature. It is not just the noise, but the movements, the delay in...

Chloe’s story

“Wait, you’re how old?” This is a question I’m pretty used to getting, especially after telling someone my plans to graduate. Let’s back up a few steps first. I grew up on a farm in a small town in Kansas, population: 600. There were more cows than people, no really,...

Yasmine’s story

If someone would have told me I will end up crawling, literally crawling on my hands and knees through mud just to get to my goal during fieldwork I would have laughed at their faces. Yet I did it. Let me go back a few months. I’m currently a Master student studying...

Rohini’s story

Bombay to Townsville; A journey in architecture If I went back in time and told my 10-year-old self that in the future I’d be living in another country independently, ziplining and kayaking, diving in the great barrier reef, working in multi-cultural environment,...

Hiral’s story

When you’re as passionate about nature and wildlife as I am, people can’t help but ask where that passion stems from. Truth be told, I can’t really pinpoint exactly where it came from but I’m pretty sure growing up in Zimbabwe and being exposed to nature so freely,...

Fay’s story

A post recently popped up on my facebook feed of a fantastic photo shoot a mum had taken of her daughter’s softball team. The girls wore both pretty dresses, and their trainer. They wore crowns, and war paint, high heels and catcher’s mits, they were both ‘pretty’ and...

Erin’s story

At first glance, my career path may appear as a professional absurdity.  People like me – first-generation college student, millennial, brown, and female – have never been the traditional face of leadership in STEM, and are certainly not expected to exist, let...

Kim’s story

Hello from Dallas, Texas! My name is Kim and I am a controls engineer in a company focused in industrial automation. When you order your headphones online or pick up a single serve pre-made salad from your local grocer, your product may have at one time, been my work...

Catharina’s story

My expert field is amphibian ecology with a focus on acoustic ecology. I do a lot of programming and coding as well, both for analysis and when needed for software. My PhD was conferred in October 2018, and my post-doctorate in China just started. I am very excited...

Morgan’s story

When deciding what I wanted to do with the rest of my life, I struggled to find something that would be able to marry the two most important things for me in a career: my curiosity about the human mind and my undying spirit of creativity. Needless to say, I never...

Bruna’s story

There is something special about knowing your robots so well that you can tell what is wrong by the noise it makes. Initially it feels like learning another language and with time, it becomes second nature. It is not just the noise, but the movements, the delay in...

Chloe’s story

“Wait, you’re how old?” This is a question I’m pretty used to getting, especially after telling someone my plans to graduate. Let’s back up a few steps first. I grew up on a farm in a small town in Kansas, population: 600. There were more cows than people, no really,...

Yasmine’s story

If someone would have told me I will end up crawling, literally crawling on my hands and knees through mud just to get to my goal during fieldwork I would have laughed at their faces. Yet I did it. Let me go back a few months. I’m currently a Master student studying...

Chiara’s story

Women in STEM. Wow. Where to begin? Firstly, I’d like to say a huge thank you for being featured amongst such inspiring and driven women. It is an honour to learn from and follow in these great footsteps. We have a job of uttermost importance, together we must...

Tiffany’s story

How did we end up here??... Thinking about the decisions that had led me to this moment is a rather nostalgic affair. I wasn’t always destined to be academic, especially not in a STEM subject - during primary school I generally thrived in school, I became completely...

Lavinia’s story

It is 2019. I am studying engineering from the comfort of my home. Neither my intentions nor my abilities have been seriously questioned so far, at least not due to my gender. A very different story from a century ago, when women studying science or engineering were...

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