The word “STEM” stands for “Science Technology Engineering Mathematics”. Given the support of our community for our STEM campaigns in 2020 and 2021, we decided to run this tradition further. The participation of our members and the engagement with our social media was significant: several posts had a few thousand of impressions and 60% of audience that do not follow our accounts! Thus, in 2022, we initiated a new STEM campaign.
Why joining the STEM campaign?
We believe that “seeing is believing”: when you see a woman doing her job and being happy about it, others are attracted to do the same. For our STEM campaign we ask: “Why do you love mathematics? What challenge do you dream to solve? Are you a girl/woman in STEM, from bachelor student to full professor?” Send us your answer (one or two sentences are more than enough!) to one of these questions and a photo of you (in the lab, at home, while trekking, painting, flying, anything works well!) to: info at ewmnetherlands dot nl
Women who joined our STEM campaign 2022:
Silvia Pagani, Assistant Professor in Geometry at Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, Brescia, Italy
Mildred S. Cano-Velázquez, Postdoctoral researcher at Eindhoven University of Technology
Rufaro Kanganga, 2nd year Master student in Information Systems Rhodes University (South Africa)
Lynda Hardman, Professor University of Utrecht, Senior Researcher CWI, Manager of Research & Strategy CWI, Director of Amsterdam Data Science, European Director of LIAMA
Aurélie Carlier, Assistant Professor at MERLN Institute
Maria Vlasiou, part-time Full Professor at University of Twente and part-time Associate Professor at TU/e Eindhoven
Diletta Martinelli, Assistant Professor at the University of Amsterdam
Marta Pieropan, Assistant Professor at Utrecht University
Wiebke Albrecht, AMOLF as tenure track group leader
Laura Cossu, Marie Curie postdoctoral fellow, University of Graz (Austria)
Dzemila Sero, Postdoctoral researcher at Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica
Ninouk Akkerman, PhD candidate at the Clevers group (Hubrecht Institute)
Shanti Venetiaan, Suriname’s first Professor of the Faculty of Mathematics and Physical Sciences of the Anton de Kom University of Suriname
Martina Celotti, PhD candidate at the Clevers group (Hubrecht Institute)“Proving a theorem gives me the same satisfaction as laying the last tile of a jigsaw puzzle that finally reveals the whole picture and highlights the relations between the various parts” – Marta Pieropan
Rupsa Basu, PhD candidate at University of Twente
Francien Bossema, PhD candidate at Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica and Rijksmuseum
Caoimhe Rooney, Research Scientist at NASA Ames Research Center, PhD at University of Oxford
Rianne de Heide, Assistant Professor at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
Seraphine Zhang, PhD candidate at the Department of Chemistry and Applied Biosciences at ETH Zurich.
Project management: Dzemila Sero