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Movies, toys, games, celebrity scientists ... they actually make a big difference in how girls and women see their future in STEM. An admissions director at a wholly-STEM university shares how we can start making a shift in representation.
By Women 2.0
Women 2.0 takes a moment to catch up with Sharon Lin, a Senior at Stuyvesant High School, who recently founded two non-profits to encourage girls from marginalized backgrounds to learn computer science. She's a winner of the White House Champions of Change program.