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Women in STEM Coloring Book

When girls explore what women can achieve in a STEM career, they see the powerful connection between science and making the world a better place. And, she discovers how she can change the world too!

The new Women in STEM Coloring Book highlights six amazing women who use STEM in their daily work, and showcases the wide range of STEM careers that help us build bridges, create apps, grow food, help people stay healthy, protect the planet, and more. Now, girls can get creative as they learn about careers and imagine their own  STEM futures!

These coloring sheets are made possible by a generous grant from IF/THEN,  part of Lyda Hill Philanthropies’ commitment to fund game-changing advancements in science and nature.  IF/THEN’s mission is to inspire the next generation of girls to consider pursuing careers in STEM.

We want to hear how your girl is using her Girl Scout skills by taking initiative, caring for the community, and Girl Scouting at home. She can send in her story here.

Colorado Women’s Hall of Fame “Women in STEM” event

The Colorado Women’s Hall of Fame “Women in STEM” event is October 3, 2019 from 5:30 – 8 p.m. at the Space Gallery, 400 Santa Fe Drive in Denver. Tickets range from $50 – $75. You can buy tickets online: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/women-in-stem-tickets-66475884159.

In an era when women are increasingly prominent in medicine, law, and business, why are there so few women scientists and engineers?

The technology sector realizes that it must move toward greater diversity and attract more women to science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. While women have been instrumental in many technology achievements over the years, they also have been ‘hidden figures,’ largely ignored by the media, by business, and by educators.

The vision of the Colorado Women’s Hall of Fame is to inspire women in STEM and women from other walks of life to consider learning and sharing the inspiring stories of our inductees in STEM fields to the lives of women they work with, their daughters, their friends, and even if considering a career move.

Featured Speaker:

Lt. Genl (Ret.), US Air Force, Susan Helms: 1st military woman astronaut in space and holds record for longest spacewalk.

Panel Discussion:

  • Moderator, Toi Massey: Physicist, Nuclear Engineer, Six Sigma Black Belt, Founder, the JEKL Foundation; CEO, ANMIS, LLC.
  • Panelist, Jill Tietjen, PE: Registered professional engineer and author; 40 years in electrical utility consulting and expert witness testimony.
  • Panelist, Dorothy Horrell, PhD: Chancellor, University of Colorado Denver and trailblazer, educator and community builder, with a history of transformational leadership in education and philanthropy. Expert on educational opportunities for women in STEM.
  • Panelist, Jo Ann Cram Joselyn, PhD: The first woman and the first American to serve as Secretary General of the International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics (IUGG) and the first woman to serve as Secretary General of the International Association of Geomagnetism and Aeronomy (IAGA).
  • Panelist, Patricia Gabow, MD: Former CEO and Medical Director of Denver Health and Hospital Authority, one of the nation’s most highly regarded, extensive, and integrated health care systems. Dr. Gabow is also Professor Emerita of medicine in the Division of Renal Disease at the University of Colorado School of Medicine.

Presenting Sponsor: RMPBS

Friends of the Hall Sponsors: The Doyle Group, IQWired/Wonderful Women of IT, Radman Communications, LLC, Regis University, Trinity Partners, and University of Denver

Sponsor: Denver 7

The CWHF is grateful to Rickenbaugh Cadillac Volvo for donating their parking lot for this event. This lot can be accessed directly off Santa Fe or the off the alley that runs behind the Rickenbaugh Collision Repair Center. Please note that overnight parking is not allowed. Free street parking is also available around the venue.