MY HERO celebrates women and girls in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM).
Get inspired by these short films celebrating women in science!
The Secrets of the Universe features Dr. Santona Ruli, a student of nuclear physics who shares about her involvement with CERN. PASSWORD: k2commu008
Women and Girls in Science: Hero Stories
Dr. Jane Goodall, named a UN Messenger of Peace, has been studying wild chimpanzees for over half a decade.
Although known for her acting, Hedy Lamarr was a respected inventor whose selflessness and hard work made her a hero during WW2.
Mae Jemsion is a retired NASA astronaut who was the first African American woman to travel in space.
Women and Girls in Science: Hero Stories for Younger Readers
A middle school student shares her science hero: her sister, who has a PhD in Biomedical Engineering.
Stories Courtesy of MY HERO Partners
International Day of Women and Girls in Science
Women in Astronomy
NASA Women in STEM
Design Make Play STEM Institute
President and CEO of the New York Hall of Science (NYSCI), Margaret Honey led the organization to adopt Design-Make-Play, a strategy to promote STEM engagement and learning.
Short films curated by MY HERO International Film Festival director Wendy Milette.
Audio curated by MY HERO Audio director Stu Pearlman.
Hero Stories curated by MY HERO General Editor and Story Director Abigail Richardson.
The largest free resource of its kind dedicated to increasing access to authentic and relatable images of real women in STEM.
Here in this digital library, you will find thousands of photos, videos and other assets that authentically represent women in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). The content features careers as diverse as shark tagging, fashion design, and training Olympic athletes, and nudges public perceptions in a more realistic direction that illuminates the importance of STEM everywhere.
Organizer created on 2/25/2019 8:09:47 PM by Xenia Shin
Last edited 3/1/2023 1:27:19 PM by Abigail Richardson