The Energy Department is committed to advancing women's participation and leadership in the energy workforce, and in furthering STEM education by working in partnership with stakeholders to inspire girls and women to go into science, technology, engineering, and math careers and seeking to remove barriers to participation in STEM.
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Women's Clean Energy Wednesday: Spotlight on RwandaLearn More
Hear how Rwanda is tackling clean energy access challenges head-on, with women leading the way on October 21, 8am ET.
Combustion Pioneer Jacqueline Chen Named Department of Energy FellowLearn More
Jacqueline Chen is one of only eight researchers in the nation to hold the distinction of DOE Fellow.
Sandia National Laboratories' Systems Engineer is a Woman Worth WatchingLearn More
Sandia Labs award winner exemplifies ‘complete professional’
Félicie Albert elected U.S. National Academy of Sciences Kavli FellowLearn More
Félicie Albert, staff scientist at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory's (LLNL) NIF & Photon Science and the Joint High Energy Density Sciences.
Workshop to encourage women and underrepresented minority students to consider careers in plasma physics goes onlineLearn More
Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory’s (PPPL) Undergraduate Workshop in Plasma Physics went virtual this year.
California High School Girls Honored for Math, Science Achievements at Annual Event in JuneLearn More
Sandia recently honored 26 young women from California high schools in Tri-Valley, East Bay and San Joaquin County.
Inspiring Women’s Leadership with C3E International’s New Ambassador SlateLearn More
Why is closing the gender gap in clean energy fields so critical? How can you be part of the action to bring more gender diverse talent to the sector?