DSW 2019 will be held Saturday, February 23! More information will be posted as it becomes available.
DSW is designed to nurture girls’ interest in the sciences by providing a program of hands-on activities paired with positive adult women STEM role models. The goal of the workshop is to introduce girls to STEM career fields in which women are traditionally under-represented. We also seek to change the stereotypical perception that scientists are male and that science is ‘difficult’.
During the workshop, students will hear from a current woman scientist before breaking into small groups. These groups will participate in two hands-on activities together and spend time with current women undergraduates majoring in the STEM fields. Examples of activities previously offered can be found on the Event Information page. While this is designed to encourage young women to pursue science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) careers, all interested participants are welcome.
This article was written by TERRA Kids about our 2012 event.
Kari van Zee - Instructor and Advisor in the Biochemistry and Biophysics Department within the College of Science
Cathy Law - Director of STEM Academy @ OSU
Diana Rohlman - Assistant Research Professor in the School of Biological and Population Health Science within the College of Public Health and Human Sciences
Emily Nicholson - Program Coordinator with Precollege Programs
A BIG thank you to the sponsors that make this event possible!