“The greatest benefit derived from the study of science is that it lifts you out of and above the littleness of daily trials.”
~ Maria Mitchell, Astronomer (1818-1889)
Do you want to inspire
- Your students
- Your friends and family
Tired of boring textbooks and worksheets that attempt to teach concepts without context?
For thousands of years, humans have achieved remarkable things using the principles of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM).
From lighting the first campfire to landing the Curiosity Rover on Mars, humans have never stopped their forward drive for new understanding and ever more advanced technology.
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But how do you spark interest—in yourself or your students—to carry you through the hard work it takes to achieve the impossible?
More and more we see that changing as determined and talented women and cultural minorities continue to break barriers to entry in STEM fields.
The life stories of remarkable scientists, mathematicians, and engineers, such as Ada Lovelace, Marie Curie, and Mae Jemison, provide the kind of inspiration we need to help ourselves and our students build confidence and break through these barriers.
This site is dedicated to telling the stories of those who have made—and are now making—a contribution through STEM, in order to inspire the next generation of young scientists and engineers.
STEM-Inspirations™ creates books & resources to educate and inspire young people to pursue careers in Science+Technology+Engineering+Math.
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