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Start your search on this page if you want to find a specific blog post, or if you’re new to the blog and want to start reading from the beginning to get caught up. You can also go to the Blog page anytime to find the most recent blog post.

Emily’s Story

Engineering Emily’s story – from choosing to major in engineering in college to working as an expat in Australia to going on maternity leave after my second baby to deciding to leave engineering stay at home with my kids…you can find it all here.

 

Women in Engineering Interview Series

Inspiring stories from women engineers about their path from college student to successful engineer. Visit the Women in Engineering Interview Series page for more information.

 

  • Paula D. – Mechanical engineer and yoga instructor
  • Rita – Civil engineer and mother
  • Mi K. – Mechanical engineer and world traveller
  • Gracelin O. – Mechanical engineer and mentor
  • Florence D. – Mechanical engineer turned software developer/business owner and mom
  • Joanne R. Z. – Civil engineer and mom
  • Amelia P. C. – Chemical engineer and mom
  • Elsa L. – Petroleum engineer and mom
  • Diane L. – Reservoir engineer and mom
  • Laura C. – Aerospace engineer and mom
  • Jeanet S. – Energy engineering business owner and mom
  • Alicia S. – Chemical engineer working in oil and gas industry and mom
  • Christy S. – Mechanical engineer turned stay-at-home mom and blogger
  • Sarah K. – Chemical engineer working as an expat in oil and gas industry
  • Jessica S. – Petroleum engineer turned stay-at-home mom
  • Dr Ashie B. – Chemical engineer researcher turned StemChef founder/educator
  • Katherine N. – Civil engineer and blogger
  • Karen W. – Industrial engineer, turned stay-at-home mom, turned petroleum engineer
  • Jessica P. – early career Structural engineer
  • Gracel D. – Petroleum engineering manager and mom
  • Lori (L.A.)  K. – Automation engineer and author

STEM for Kids

 Easy and fun experiments for babies, toddlers, and preschoolers. All STEAM for kids activities have detailed explanation about the science (this is more for the parents), how to explain it to young kids, and safety. See the STEAM for Kids page for more information.

 

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