Tag Archives: Women in STEM

What’s Up Down Under: Silicon Beach Showing Signs Of Growth (Part 2)

The night of the closing reception at AON in Sydney, Australia, was one that really made me proud of the eight women entrepreneurs who were chosen for the Springboard Class of 2014. It started out with Wanida Chua-anusorn, co- founder …

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TODAY IS THE 40TH ANNIVERSARY OF TITLE IX: LET’S CELEBRATE AS IT PROPELS WOMEN TO LEADERSHIP

Today is a day to celebrate Title IX, the landmark legislation passed 40 years ago that gives women equal access to all fields of education. So many people recognize Title IX for what it has done for women in sports. …

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Ungrounded Unleashes Dynamic Innovation: Four Teams Top Competitors to Create STEM Solutions

It may have seemed like a wild idea when it was proposed a year ago, but the British Airways Ungrounded flight from San Francisco to London with over 100 innovators on board produced some remarkable results. Four broad challenges were …

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We Need More Women in STEM: The Competition for Solutions Takes Flight

On June 12th, 100 people from science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) along with leaders in academics, entrepreneurs and investors will board BA Flight named “Ungrounded” in San Francisco bound for London. Our task: to work during the 10-hour flight …

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Kay Koplovitz Founder of USA Network, and Chairman and CEO of Koplovitz & Co. LLC. Kay Koplovitz is the Founder of USA Network, a company launched in 1977, and later expanded to introduce the Sci-Fi Channel and USA Networks International.