Make sure to read our Spring/Summer 2020 newsletter for up-to-date information on changes to our events due to Covid-19. We are also planning a few new events so be sure to check it out!
We have created fun educational science activities that can be done from home! Each activity provides the relevant scientific background, instructions, concept questions and the opportunity to learn more science.
Post your creations and share with us by tagging @Wiseatlantic and using #GirlsGetWISE.
For at-home STEM activities (weeks 1-5 ) Click Here
For at-home STEM activities (weeks 6-7) Click Here
Have a read through our Winter 2020 newsletter for upcoming events and registration dates!
‘Women In STEM’ is a resource that focuses on the elimination of gender basis, and promote/improve women’s inclusion, participation, leadership and recognition in STEM. This website has great teaching resources on the importance of women in STEM (Science, Technology , Engineering and Math).
Take a look at what we’ve been up to this summer and find out what we have planned for Fall 2019!
Keep up-to-date on what we’ve been up to and events you don’t want to miss!
Stay on-top of our upcoming events and see what we’ve been up to!
It’s never too late to start your journey or to renew your interest in STEM. Resources from the #ChooseScience campaign from the Government of Canada.
Check-out our latest newsletter which features all of our upcoming events, deadlines for funding applications, details on the fall Women in Science Speaker tour, and more! We encourage you to share with a friend 🙂
We’re a (soon-to-be) educational non-profit for girls that encourages the pursuit of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) careers through immersive hands-on experiences in science and nature.
Outcomes from Gender Summit 11 North America held in Montreal, November 6-8, 2017.
First journal article by the WISEatlantic Research Team featuring data from our survey of middle school students in the Maritime Provinces.
The WISEatlantic Research Team has released another paper from our survey of grade 7 & 9 students in Atlantic Canada.