For the best viewing experience, click the ⛶ icon to toggle full screen mode. For tips on how to move through the exhibit using the WASD keys and cursor, click the ℹ icon. Additional information about a given piece will be presented in a pop-up window when the piece in question is clicked. To open a simplified floorplan in the lower left of your screen, click the map icon. To hear or mute the audio associated with a video exhibit piece, click and drag to adjust the volume bar within its pop-up information window. If any exhibit pieces fail to load due to poor internet connection, we recommend refreshing your webpage.
For a list of this month’s exhibit pieces and contributors, click here
Educators, we have a full set of free, downloadable Her STEMlens resources for you – available here
Enjoy, and be sure to leave your thoughts or questions in the comments section at the bottom of the page – We’d love to hear from you!
Images in the #herSTEMlens virtual exhibition will be refreshed on a monthly basis, arranged into the gallery sections displayed at left. Submit questions, thoughts, and STEM moments of your own on social media using #herSTEMlens for a chance to be displayed in the gallery! And make sure to follow talkSTEM on social media here to receive notifications about exhibition updates and other news.
For more information on the #STEMlens movement as a whole, and how to get involved, click here.
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.
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 discussPosting 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 included image to help spread the word!
- Make sure to link your post to this page 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.
This exhibition is dedicated to the memory of Ekta Vashdev Kishnani (Geetu)- mother, daughter, sister, friend – who lost her life to Covid in February 2021. She represents women everywhere, who serve as anchors and guiding lights to their families, communities, and the world. It is because of women like Ekta that this exhibition is possible.