The STEM Diaries
by Emily Bayuk
helping young women pave their future in
science, technology, engineering and math
Women in STEM Facts
of middle school girls express interest in STEM
of STEM students in higher education are women
of those employed in STEM are women
let’s increase these percentages
Curious about STEM but unsure where or how to start?
Free downloads to help you begin your STEM journey
How to Boost Girls’ ConfidenceYes, I need that!
How to Find a
Types of Engineering ExplainedTell me more!
Test your sleuthing skills while learning about circuits in interactive, hands-on and free game.
Easily visualize STEM concepts with these hand-written & illustrated, bullet journal-inspired books.
Show off your STEM spirit with these fun & trendy designs for stickers, t-shirts, notebooks & more!
I first noticed the gender gap in my high school AP Physics class. I was one of three girls in a sea of twenty boys. It was also in this class that my teacher became my mentor and guided me to pursue an electrical engineering (EE) degree. I’m proud to have been part of the 18% of female EEs at Bucknell University. But, I’m on a mission to change this statistic.
I’m using my education to creatively break down topics and help girls build confidence in STEM.
– Emily Bayuk, Founder
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