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In September 2019, only one of Forbes' one hundred innovative leaders was a woman ("America's Most Innovative Leaders"). Throughout history, women have been breaking boundaries in technology, but recognition has been few and far between. Lack of recognition has left young girls and aspiring women without role models, thus contributing to the gender gap in technical fields. In September 2019, only one of Forbes' one hundred innovative leaders was a woman ("America's Most Innovative Leaders"). Throughout history, women have been breaking boundaries in technology, but recognition has been few and far between. Lack of recognition has left young girls and aspiring women without role models, thus contributing to the gender gap in technical fields. With this book, we hope to increase visibility of female leaders and showcase the breadth of work women have accomplished through technical backgrounds. We believe diversity of thought is critical to innovation and is something to be celebrated. As graduating seniors of Cornell University's College of Engineering, we set out to commemorate Cornell alumnae who inspire us during our transition to impactful careers in technology. We are confident that these stories will continue to inspire us throughout our lives and, moreover, inspire the next generation of scientists and engineers. All proceeds support the Cornell Society of Women Engineers' K-12 Outreach initiatives to advance STEM education and inspire future leaders.


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In September 2019, only one of Forbes' one hundred innovative leaders was a woman ("America's Most Innovative Leaders"). Throughout history, women have been breaking boundaries in technology, but recognition has been few and far between. Lack of recognition has left young girls and aspiring women without role models, thus contributing to the gender gap in technical fields. In September 2019, only one of Forbes' one hundred innovative leaders was a woman ("America's Most Innovative Leaders"). Throughout history, women have been breaking boundaries in technology, but recognition has been few and far between. Lack of recognition has left young girls and aspiring women without role models, thus contributing to the gender gap in technical fields. With this book, we hope to increase visibility of female leaders and showcase the breadth of work women have accomplished through technical backgrounds. We believe diversity of thought is critical to innovation and is something to be celebrated. As graduating seniors of Cornell University's College of Engineering, we set out to commemorate Cornell alumnae who inspire us during our transition to impactful careers in technology. We are confident that these stories will continue to inspire us throughout our lives and, moreover, inspire the next generation of scientists and engineers. All proceeds support the Cornell Society of Women Engineers' K-12 Outreach initiatives to advance STEM education and inspire future leaders.

7 review for Wall of Wonder: Cornell Women Leading the Way in Science, Technology, and Engineering

  1. 4 out of 5

    Karen

    This book highlights the achievements of prominent females in the science, mathematics, technology, and engineering fields and commemorates a variety of inspiring Cornell University alumnae. This is a great book for teachers and parents to share with girls aspiring to a career in STEM and who have a passion for STEM subjects. The book is an easy read with clear and interesting facts as well as colorful illustrations of each woman. Kudos to the authors, young Cornell alumnae, for recognizing inno This book highlights the achievements of prominent females in the science, mathematics, technology, and engineering fields and commemorates a variety of inspiring Cornell University alumnae. This is a great book for teachers and parents to share with girls aspiring to a career in STEM and who have a passion for STEM subjects. The book is an easy read with clear and interesting facts as well as colorful illustrations of each woman. Kudos to the authors, young Cornell alumnae, for recognizing innovative and successful women who are leaders in their fields.

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