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WiR IV with Johanna Austin, roboticist, helicopter pilot & techsupervixen

Watch Johanna Austin talk about her journey, make her own career path, and trailblazing a way in STEM!! Johanna Austin was the first female Robotics and Automation Research Engineer in Boeing's Melbou...
14 March 2021, by and

Women in Robotics Update: Andra Keay, Nguyen Sao Mai and Selin Alara Örnek

Here's a Women in Robotics Spotlight, where we share stories from women who are working on all sorts of interesting projects who haven’t yet been featured in our Annual Showcase. We hope these stori...
02 February 2021, by and

Women in Robotics Update: introducing our 2021 Board of Directors

Women in Robotics is a grassroots community involving women from across the globe. Our mission is supporting women working in robotics and women who would like to work in robotics. We formed an offici...
18 January 2021, by and

Women in Robotics Update: Melonee Wise, Maren Bennewitz, Alicia Casals

Introducing the seventh post in our new series of Women in Robotics Updates, featuring Melonee Wise, Maren Bennewitz and Alicia Casals and from our first "25 women in robotics you need to know about...
12 January 2021, by and

Women in Robotics Update: Ecem Tuglan, Tuong Anh Ens, Sravanthi Kanchi, Kajal Gada, Dimitra Gkatzia

Welcome to the first of our Women in Robotics Spotlights, where we share stories from women who haven’t yet been featured in our Annual Showcase but who are working on all sorts of interesting proje...
28 December 2020, by and

Women in Robotics Update: Ruzena Bajcsy and Radhika Nagpal

Introducing the sixth post in our new series of Women in Robotics Updates, featuring Ruzena Bajcsy and Radhika Nagpal from our first "25 women in robotics you need to know about" list in 2013 and 2014...
20 December 2020, by and



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Women in Robotics Update: Robin Murphy, Ayanna Howard

Introducing the fifth post in our new series of Women in Robotics Updates, featuring Robin Murphy and Ayanna Howard from our first "25 women in robotics you need to know about" list in 2013 and 2014. ...
13 December 2020, by

Women in Robotics Update: Maja Mataric, Arianna Menciassi

Introducing the second of our new series of Women in Robotics Updates, featuring Maja Mataric and Arianna Menciassi from our first "25 women in robotics you need to know about" list in 2013. Since we ...
06 December 2020, by and

Women in Robotics Update: Girls Of Steel

"Girls of Steel Robotics (featured 2014) was founded in 2010 at Carnegie Mellon University’s Field Robotics Center as FRC Team 3504. The organization now serves multiple FIRST robotics teams offerin...
30 November 2020, by and

Women in Robotics Update: Elizabeth Croft, Helen Greiner, Heather Knight

"Fearless Girl should provide the spark to inspire more female engineers", writes Elizabeth Croft, Dean and Faculty of Engineering at Monash University. “Girls are natural engineers, highly capab...
22 November 2020, by , and

Women in Robotics Update: Sarah Bergbreiter, Aude Billard, Cynthia Breazeal

In spite of the amazing contributions of women in the field of robotics, it's still possible to attend robotics conferences or see panels that don't have a single female face. Let alone seeing people ...
16 November 2020, by , and

25 women in robotics you need to know about – 2016

Editor's note: In celebration of International Women's Day, we're reposting our latest '25 Women in Robotics You Need to Know About' list. Over the last four years, Robohub has featured 100 inspir...

25 women in robotics you need to know about – 2015

Ada Lovelace was the world’s first computer programmer, and heralded symbolic logic by demonstrating future applications for the universal computing machine that Charles Babbage proposed. She was e...

Five women robotics experts from Silicon Valley share their stories

Melonee Wise, Erin Rapacki, Katherine Scott, Steffi Paepcke, Dale Bergman. What do these five women have in common? Aside from robotics, not much - they are all role models in robotics in quite dif...
29 April 2015, by

Steffi Paepcke on Robots, women and design: Opportunities abound

This piece was written by Steffi Paepcke as a precursor to the Silicon Valley Robotics panel titled “Women in Robotics: Challenge or Opportunity?”  Let me get the basic statistics out of t...

Talking Machines: Women in Machine Learning (WiML), with Hanna Wallach

In episode four we talk with Hanna Wallach, of Microsoft Research. She's also a professor in the Department of Computer Science, University of Massachusetts Amherst and one of the founders of Women ...
12 February 2015, by

The story of Atlas, FRC Team #3504 Girls of Steel

I'm Molly Urbina, a member of the FIRST Team #3504, Girls of Steel. Every year our team makes a comic strip about the past year's robot to show other girls just how much fun competing in FIRST can be....
09 January 2015, by

CompuGirls: Young women have role to play in technology field

If one of the keys to building a future technology workforce is finding new ways to engage women and minorities in computer science, giving teenage girls an understanding of what the field is, and how...
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Engaging Girls in Robotics, with Hannah and Rachael Tipperman, Ross Mead and Elizabeth Croft

Earlier this year, the Robots Podcast team came across a story about two 17 year old twin sisters who started their own robotics outreach group. The story about the Tipperman sisters got us curious. W...
17 October 2014, by

25 women in robotics you need to know about (2014)

Just last week at the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing, Microsoft's CEO Satya Nadella gave women some questionable career advice: "It's not really about asking for the raise, but knowing...
15 October 2014, by , and

Women in engineering at IROS 2014

[tweetquote]Shame that the missing engineering hero on the cover of IEEE Spectrum's July issue looks like superMAN[/tweetquote], because the IEEE Women in Engineering (WIE) lunch at IROS 2014 was a su...
16 September 2014, by

25 women in robotics you need to know about (2013)

In celebration of Ada Lovelace Day, we've compiled a short list of some women in robotics that everyone should know about. There are so many many more that we're already looking forward to featuring t...
15 October 2013, by , and

Why we didn’t plan for Women’s Day

International Women's Day crept up this year, and no one on our team planned for it. As it turned out, we didn't need to. Making STEM fields attractive for women, giving them a voice, and helping them...
08 March 2013, by

Lynn Urbina on FIRST, Watson and the Girls of Steel

A high school student by day and a power-tool-toting Maker by night, Lynn Urbina is a member of the Girls of Steel - an all-girl competitive robotics team located in Pittsburg, PA that's on a mission ...
08 March 2013, by and







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