Sydell, L. (2014, Oct 6). The forgotten female programmers who created modern tech. NPR All Tech Considered.
Lee, J. J. (2013, May 19). 6 women scientists who were snubbed due to sexism. National Geographic. (Requires e-mail submission for three free articles per month, or paid subscription)
Higgitt, R. (2012, Oct 16). Finding women in the history of science. The Guardian.
Clayton, E. (2017, Nov 28). Helping to ensure that women in STEM are hidden no more. U.S. Department of State.
The Silent Pulse of the Universe. Jocelyn Bell was a graduate student at Cambridge in 1967 when she pushed through the skepticism from her superiors to make one of the greatest astrophysical discoveries of the twentieth century. While Jocelyn was belittled and sexually harassed by the media, the Nobel Prize was awarded to her professor and his boss. (16 minute documentary featuring Dr. Bell, herself)
This Talk explores what it means to be a female hidden figure in STEM and what one can do to change it. Alexis M. Scott is a Triple E: Educator, Entrepreneur, and Engineer. She founded AMS Academic Solutions to share her gift of numbers and education that she has possessed since an early age. She has been teaching mathematics for over 20 years, including 18 years as a college professor.
The Secret Life of Scientists and Engineers is an Emmy-nominated web series that profiles today’s leading scientists—and shows what they’re like when the lab coats come off. Learn about the inspirations, hobbies, and career highlights of scientists from all fields and backgrounds. This series is Women in STEM.