Sunday May 31, 2020

Role models vital to encourage women into Stem - Microsoft

To mark Girls in ICT Day last month, Microsoft released research showing the critical importance of role models in generating interest in Stem among young girls in Ireland

6th May, 2018
Cathriona Hallahan, managing director of Microsoft Ireland.

It appears to be Stem research season as in addition to BT Ireland’s study elsewhere on these pages, Microsoft Ireland has commissioned its research that found roles models are vital for getting young women interested in Stem careers.

To mark Girls in ICT Day last month, Microsoft released research showing the critical importance of role models in generating interest in Stem among young girls in Ireland. Some 46 per cent of girls surveyed...

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