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Grace Hopper: The Mother of Computer Science
A look at the influential Grace Hopper, written by an alumna of NGCP's Youth Advisory Board.
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Physicist, Philosopher, Mathematician, Mother: Who Was Emilie du Châtelet and Why Does She Matter?
Emilie — and her legacy — is very much alive in the 21st century. Her literary, scientific, and mathematical opus outlives her.
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National Mentoring Month: Strategies for Mentoring Girls in STEM
In this webinar recording, presenters share tips for using mentors in your programming along with concrete strategies mentors can use to engage girls.
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Engineering Role Models
I will be forever grateful to my math professor-mentor. He helped me find a rewarding career that matched my strengths.
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The Importance of a Strong Mentoring Relationship
An effective mentoring relationship can influence professional development, leading to increased performance and knowledge sharing.
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