New collaboration aims to further diversity in engineering

DTU Electro and High5Girls have entered into an official collaboration which aims to attract young women to the STEM subjects (science, technology, engineering and mathematics). The non-profit organization High5Girls offers free camps and workshops for girls aged 13-19 so they can experience STEM and entrepreneurship. DTU Electro provides state-of-the-art facilities and offers role models in the form of researchers and students who create content for activities.

Electro MSc student, Nuria, teaches teenage girls coding at a High5Girls camp
MSc student at DTU Electro, Nuria, teaches coding of robots at a High5Girls camp at the department ©Kyv Kyvsgaard, DTU Electro
Proportion of women in selected professions (AAUW 2015:8), numbers from USA


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