Sophie Mei Poole: EngineerGirl Ambassador 2019-2020
Sophie Mei Poole was selected to be an EngineerGirl Ambassador for the Engineer Girl organization (affiliated with the National Academy of Engineering and the Society of Women Engineers). She attended SWE conference, received training from Techbridge Girls and mentorship from female engineers. Sophie also designed and implemented an intensive STEM Outreach program for girls experiencing poverty and homelessness. Check out some of her work!
Participated as a “citizen scientist” for this “Spotting Giant Sea Bass” study out of UCSB tracking endangered sea bass via computer technology that recognizes spot patterns.
Interviewed Dr. Klawe and discussed the power of female leadership and the challenge of gender parity in STEM.
Professor Z is a bioengineer using nanotechnology to locate and target cancer cells. In depth look at how her lab is run and interview.
Interviewed women on the cutting edge of STEM including a Caltech graduate student in material sciences, a data science entrepreneur at IdeaLab and a systems engineer at Heliogen.
See a review of my workshop by a middle school attendee!
Are you a high school girl with a passion for solving problems and willing to use your ingenuity and engineering design skills to inspire younger students? Learn more about becoming an EngineerGirl Ambassador.
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