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19th Science and Engineering Olympics

Are you a girl in Grades 4-7 with a budding love of Science and Engineering? Then join us for the 19th Annual WISE Science and Engineering Olympics. The Olympics are a fun, FREE, full day event for 120 girls in Grades 4 to 7 from Sudbury and surrounding areas. Working in small teams of approximately… Continue reading 19th Science and Engineering Olympics

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PEO Sudbury Chapter now accepting scholarship applications

Professional Engineers of Ontario Sudbury Chapter is now accepting applications for scholarships. Successful applicants will be Grade 12 students currently attending high school in Greater Sudbury, Esponola or Manitoulin Island Areas and will be going into an Engineering Program in an Ontario University in September 2017. PEO Sudbury Chapter offers three categories of scholarships: PEO… Continue reading PEO Sudbury Chapter now accepting scholarship applications

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CIM Sudbury Diversity & Inclusion Panel

“Diversity also means embracing different perspectives and work styles, experiences and skills, lifestyle and cultural background, all of which deserve respect and appreciation.” This was the message at last night's CIM Diversity and Inclusion Panel. Industry friends and colleagues were out in full support for the sold out event. Panelists Jennifer Maki (Executive Director, Vale… Continue reading CIM Sudbury Diversity & Inclusion Panel

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Link Round-up: Sally Ride’s Birthday, Breaking Barriers, and Bad Advice

Google Doodle salutes Sally Ride. This week marks the anniversary of Sally Ride's (1951-2012) birth. As the first American woman in space, her pioneering efforts helped pave the way for women in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. Female scientists, technologists, engineers and mathematicians worldwide are breaking barriers and making incredible contributions to their fields despite… Continue reading Link Round-up: Sally Ride’s Birthday, Breaking Barriers, and Bad Advice

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Link Round-up: Gender bias, doctoral experience, & engineer portraits

Science is still seen as a male profession is some places in the world more than others perhaps leading toward optimism about the possibility of changing stereotypes about women in science around the world. Despite this there still exists a leaky pipeline as women getting science Ph.D.s still face gender barriers. The experiences of male… Continue reading Link Round-up: Gender bias, doctoral experience, & engineer portraits