New Project Combines STEM, Gender Data Equity


TASCHA researchers Maria Garrido and Chris Rothschild are partnering with Araba Sey (United Nations University) and Sula Batsu Cooperative in Costa Rica to enhance Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) educational opportunities for women in non-traditional educational settings like public libraries and social organizations. This project will assess the feasibility of technology-based solutions and innovative methodologies to address gender data gaps in areas related to science and technology. The project builds on Sula Batsu’s TIC-as program, which was established to encourage participation and training for young urban and rural women in technology sectors.

Stay tuned on our project page and social media for future updates on this project!


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