Ellen Ochoa is the director of the Johnson Space Center, the first Hispanic woman to go into space and the fourth woman in STEM we're highlighting during Women's History Month.
Deputy Secretary Liz Sherwood-Randall talks about mentorship, public service and her favorite part of the job in our newest #WomeninSTEM video.
On Tuesday March 22, 2016, we're hosting a Twitter chat about encouraging women to pursue leadership positions in STEM -- science, technology, engineering and math.
Chien-Shiung Wu's physics expertise was instrumental to the Manhattan Project and her research helped two colleagues win the Nobel Prize in physics. She is the third woman in STEM we're highlighting during Women's History Month.
Roderick Jackson, a technical lead at Oak Ridge National Lab, reflects on his experience during My Brothers Keeper Week at the National Labs.
Annie Easley's work on the Centaur helped move NASA's space program further into orbit. She is the second woman in STEM we're highlighting during Women's History Month.
Through My Brother's Keeper, the next generation of scientists got a glimpse of what it's like to work at a National Lab this week.
Mae Jemison is a dancer, a medical doctor, an astronaut and the first woman in STEM we're highlighting during Women's History Month.
This Women's History Month, the Energy Department is highlighting the important STEM contributions of women of color. Be sure to follow along on Instagram.
The Energy Department National Labs are partnering with the President's My Brother's Keeper Initiative to bring students to the labs and give them a first-hand look at science and innovation.
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