Being a woman in STEM often comes with unique challenges. In order to encourage women to pursue and continue majors and careers in STEM, it is important to provide them with resources and advice to navigate the STEM world. Check out these resources for women in STEM that offer help from networking, to funding, and much more.
Laura Taalman is a professor of mathematics at James Madison University, who works with 3D printing, singular algebraic geometry, knot theory, and games/puzzles such as Tchoukaillon, Sudoku, and Poker. She has worked for a variety of 3D printing companies such as MakerBot, Shapeways, and Ultimaker. She is the founder of JMU 3SPACE, the first general-education 3D-printing classroom in the country.
Tim Chartier is an applied mathematician with a focus in computer science, a former MAA vice president, and a professor of Mathematics and Computer Science at Davidson College, who frequently works in data analytics with a specialty in sports analytics. He has worked with the NBA, ESPN's Sport Science TV series, NASCAR teams, and fantasy sports sites. He also directs and works with a team of about 70 student researchers to provide analytics to Davidson College sports teams.