I'm Tiffany, a girl in a STEM high school. Since I was young, I knew about the gender divide and underrepresentation of girls in STEM. I could see for myself how the gender gap widened in college and magnified even more in computer science or engineering careers. What could be causing such great gaps? What could schools, teachers, and parents do to help girls pursue STEM careers?

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About the filmmaker

My name is Tiffany Fang and I'm a junior at a STEM high school. Since a young age, I've loved STEM. When my friends were playing with dolls I was fascinated by my eclectic collection of dinosaurs. I've always been curious about the world around me, and I'm very lucky to be part of a STEM high school family with so many opportunities and supportive teachers! I love biology, engineering, research, and promoting girls in STEM.


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