Women at NASA -- Dream Big!
Women at NASA embody the theme of 2015 Women’s History Month, Weaving the Stories of Women’s Lives, through their accomplishments and dedication to their jobs. They serve as role models to young women in their pursuit of careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Read about the accomplishments of some of NASA’s women engineers, scientists, educators, interns and others.
Katherine Johnson: A Lifetime of STEM
This former NASA employee is a living testimony to everything good that STEM can bring.
Nancy Roman -- Chief of NASA’s Astronomy and Relativity Programs (Retired)
Roman was involved in planning a program of satellites and rockets along with members of the nation’s astronomical community.
Women in Space Part Two, What’s Gender Got to Do With It?
In this entry for the ‘A Lab Aloft’ blog, guest blogger Liz Warren, Ph.D., looks at the differences between male and female astronaut physiology on long-duration space missions.
Curiosity Rover Team Celebrates Women in STEM
NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory celebrates Women's Curiosity Day to honor the female engineers and scientists doing most of mission's 90-plus roles.
NASA Engineer Pioneering Research for Future Explorers
After participating in NASA's Co-Op Program for three semesters, chemical engineer Annie Caraccio is involved in revolutionary research at Kennedy Space Center.
Anne Thompson -- Adventures in the Atmosphere
Research scientist Anne Thompson describes her career as an adventure in various ozone layers.
From Computers to Leaders: Women at NASA Langley
Author Margot Lee Shetterly visited NASA Langley recently to talk about the historic role of women at the center.
The Full SPECTRUM
For the past 23 years, Project Safety Manager Carol Hamilton has been helping young kids through a free youth development program.
Demystifying Physics via Aeronautics
Rebecca Vieyra works hard to help students understand the world around them. As an Einstein Fellow with NASA, she is gaining new perspectives on education and is sharing her passion and expertise with educators around the world.
Continuing to Inspire
An Einstein Fellowship at NASA Headquarters in 2002 has led educator Leesa Hubbard to an extended adventure in space education.
STEM Up to the Challenge
After years of encouraging her students to take academic risks, Einstein Fellow Melinda Higgins decided it was time to take a chance and step up for STEM.
Expanding Horizons as an Einstein Fellow
Educator Jennifer Kennedy is making new connections and gaining new perspectives with NASA's Aeronautics Research Mission Directorate.
Passion for Learning
Planetary science intern Jessica Nuñez plunges into new experiences -- and new worlds -- researching how life may have emerged.
Eyeing the Future: NASA Intern Supports UAS Studies
Kassidy McLaughlin’s expertise with an eye-tracking system will help pave the way for integration of remotely piloted aircraft into U.S. airspace.
NASA Intern Profile Video: Qi’Anne Knox
Musically inclined intern Qi'Anne Knox spent the summer working with the information technology group at Goddard Space Flight Center.
Interest in Problem Solving Led to Engineering Career at Kennedy
From an early age, Clara Wright has been fascinated with solving problems. Today, she is a materials engineer at NASA's Kennedy Space Center.
New Passion for Inspiring Others
A NASA internship shows Longwood University student Natalie Joseph that opportunities in media are not limited to traditional journalism.