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On February 11 we celebrate the International Day of Women and Girls in Science.
What advice would you give your younger self? Why is it important that women work in engineering and science (STEM)? In honor of International Day of Women and Girls in Science on February 11th, we asked TU/e women from a range of 'generations'- students, doctoral candidates, assistant and associate professors, full professors and support staff - six questions. Here are their answers.
On the afternoon of Friday February 11th the - online - fifth edition of the EAISI cafe is devoted to women in science. Seven women researchers at TU/e will talk about their research on artificial intelligence.
The Women in Science network WISE is celebrating the International Day for Women and Girls in Science on Tuesday February 15th with an online evening program: Boost your STEM Esteem. Author of the book F*ck die Onzekerheid, Vréneli Stadelmaier, is kicking off the evening with a lecture on imposter syndrome, how to overcome fear and learn to have faith your abilities. This will be followed by various small-group workshops.
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