Women’s History month was proclaimed to celebrate and recognize the contributions women have made over the course of American history in a variety of fields. In honor of Women’s history month, WiSTEM highlights resources and events for women in STEM.


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February 28th – April 23rd
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March 27th

Amplifying Voices of Women Scientists: A Panel on Career Path and Community Supports (11:45 AM Zoom)


Followings books are available at Bernard Becker Medical Library – WiSTEM Collection

Women’s History Month-focused

  • Civil Rights Queen: Constance Baker Motley and the Struggle for Equality
  • Headstrong: 52 women who changed science– and the world
  • Presumed incompetent: the intersections of race and class for women in academia
  • Presumed incompetent II: race, class, power, and resistance of women in academia
  • Twice as hard: the stories of Black women who fought to become physicians, from the Civil War to the 21st Century

Books for success as a woman in STEM

  • The secret thoughts of successful women: why capable people suffer from the impostor syndrome and how to thrive in spite of it
  • Ask for it: how women can use the power of negotiation to get what they really want
  • Beating The Odds: Winning Strategies of Women in STEM

Visit our WiSTEM Library page for more information