Events can be from something spectacular to just a coffee with your STEM friends. Not sure what to do?  We have put together an impressive list of suggestions or leave an idea here .   Not from Alberta but want to join the fun?  Let us know about your event too. 


Do you know an exceptional woman in STEM who serves her community as a mentor, a teacher, an innovator, or is an up-and-comer?  Nominate someone today and explain why you think they should be recognized. Those selected will be invited and recognized at AWSN’s STEM Affair on October 14, 2017.

Since its launch in 2009, Ada Lovelace Day (Oct. 9, 2018) has become recognized globally as a day to celebrate the contributions and accomplishments of women in STEM. Join AWSN in a week long celebration of Ada Lovelace Day by planning an event - big or small - that celebrates women in STEM and post it on our event page here (click on the link above to submit). Alberta is a STEM-based economy;  where better to kick off this celebration!  


Need an idea about a WinSTEM week event?  Read about some ideas here!  Big or small, share them! 


Nominate someone for a WinSTEM recognition award too. 


We will be sharing book reviews and our TED talks by Women in STEM.  Watch for these influential women's ideas. 



Corporate Ticket Challenge

Last year, one very large Calgary-based international company suggested a unique twist on sponsorship and we challenge other companies to do the same.  


1.  Promote WinSTEM Week to your female staff and encouraging them to come up with WinSTEM Week activities.  

2.  Expense the ticket of any of your staff interested in attending The STEM Affair Saturday Oct 14, 2017.


Are there any other companies out there that have women working for them?  Have you said "Thank you" to them for the great job they do?  Would you match this idea from a great corporate sponsor?  


Women in STEM:  Ask your supervisor.  See if they would support you celebrating who you are by supporting your ticket price.  More than 1/2 of each ticket goes directly to AWSN programs.