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January 5, 2023
Nominations Open for Nebraska Women in STEM Awards
Bio Nebraska and Nebraska Cures are accepting nominations for the inaugural Nebraska Women in STEM Awards.
December 29, 2022
Predicting a Revolution: an Artistic Forum
Join the Angels Theatre Company as Patty Pansing Brooks discusses the invention of the home pregnancy test with inventor Meg Crane and playwright Jennifer Blackmer.
December 20, 2022
Registration Open for Nebraska Women in STEM Conference Featuring Emily Calandrelli
Nebraska Cures and Bio Nebraska announced today that registration is open for the inaugural Nebraska Women in STEM Conference.
December 19, 2022
2023 Opportunity Corps: Women in STEAM now accepting applications
The UNeTech Institute and Bio Nebraska are accepting applications for the 2023 Opportunity Corps: Women in STEAM program.
Bio Nebraska and Nebraska Cures Announce Nebraska Women in STEM Study
Bio Nebraska and Nebraska Cures released a study on June 27, 2022, conducted by the Center for Public Affairs Research at the University of Nebraska at Omaha, about the experiences of women in STEM occupations in Nebraska.
Nebraska Women in STEM Interview
Nebraska Cures Executive Director Amanda McGill Johnson, Bio Nebraska Assistant Director Sasha Forsen and UNO Center for Public Affairs Research Director Josie Schafer appeared on “Issues and Answers” on July 3, 2022. They shared insight into the Nebraska Women in STEM: Listen Then Act report with NRG Radio listeners.
Midlands Voices: Taking action to support women in STEM
Science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields desperately need more workers in our state, yet Nebraska is lacking in representation of women in STEM, particularly women of color.
Director of NASA Earth Science Division to give Aug. 22 Heuermann Lecture
Karen St. Germain, director of NASA’s Earth Science Division, will visit the University of Nebraska–Lincoln later this month to take part in a Heuermann Lecture on the agency’s work to support agriculture.