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Do it for the gram! Share your #NSFstories during #WomensHistoryMonth


Did you know women earn about 42 percent of all science and engineering doctorates? Women in STEM are crucial year-round and the National Science Foundation wants to feature you and your #NSFstories on NSFís Instagram during Womenís History Month. Head to @NSFgov on Instagram and hit that follow button! Then, get in your labs, classrooms, offices or the great outdoors and snap a pic and tell us your story--what inspires you, what youíre working on or what you do. Donít forget to add #NSFstories to your science selfie. The National Science Foundation will be highlighting selected stories during the month of March so be sure to follow along at www.instagram.com/nsfgov.

Original air date: March 2, 2017

Credit: National Science Foundation (NSF)

Video Transcript:
Charlie Heck: Oh, well hello there! Did you know women earn about 42 percent of all science and engineering doctorates Ė thatís more than 16,000 annually. And although I played a scientist on TV, Iím not really IRL. But for those of you who are, itís time to take your first, or another, science selfie. Women in STEM are crucial year-round and we want to feature you, yes, you and your stories during Womenís History Month. Head to the National Science Foundationís Instagram and hit that follow button. Then get in your labs, classrooms, offices or the great outdoors to snap that field photo and tell us: what inspires you or what youíre working on or what you do, in a sentence or 2. Tell us, your NSF stories. Donít forget that one.

 
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