Let’s share what we see, marvel at our questions about the mundane and the magical, and above all, let’s remember that every space is a STEM space and every girl is a STEM girl.
Starting February 11, visit our virtual exhibit of STEM moments from around the world, and share your own for a chance to be displayed!
To participate in the #herSTEMlens virtual exhibition, we invite you to do one of the following:
- Encourage girls to post their own #herSTEMlens by
- Capturing a personalized photo of how you see the world around you that inspires you to think about STEM
- Adding a question or idea that other girls and women can share and discuss
- Posting your #herSTEMlens on Instagram, TikTok, Twitter, or Facebook. Don’t forget to tag us so we can see your contribution, repost, and also include in the curated virtual exhibition.
- Or, simply share the image above to help spread the word!
- Make sure to link your post to this blog post or add it to your Linktree for Instagram.
- Here’s a Tweetable message you can include:
During the entire month of February, @talkingSTEM will be kicking off its #herSTEMlens photo and video exhibition campaign to encourage her to share what she sees, and above all, remember that every space is a STEM space and every girl is a STEM girl.
#herSTEMlens News & Information Corner
#herSTEMlens is made possible by our wonderful partners.
If your organization is also interested in partnering with us as the exhibition continues through May 31, you can find information on our sponsorship levels here.
The Media Are Taking Notice
Her STEMlens is dedicated to the memory of Ekta Vashdev Kishnani (Geetu) – mother, daughter, sister, friend – who lost her life to COVID-19 on February 6, 2021. She represents the women everywhere, who service anchors and guiding light to the families, communities, and the world. It is because of women like Ekta that this exhibition is possible. Learn more at Thrive Global.
About the talkSTEM Blog
The talkSTEM blog posts help to educate the public about the meaning of STEM and STEM education, in effect answering the question, “What does STEM mean in education“ or, simply put, “What is STEM learning?”. This post is about our new #herSTEMlens campaign that aims to get more girls in STEM through a fun educational activity. You can support this and other STEM programming by donating today. talkSTEM works hard to make unique and high-quality STE(A)M educational content freely available to all children. Every dollar you contribute goes directly to our educational programming and content creation that reaches under-resourced student populations. Please support us.