Our annual research reports
Download a copy of our Geeky Girl Reality 2016 report that focuses on the user needs of young women currently studying STEM topics at university. The Geeky Girl Reality project began as a longitudinal survey study to explore young women’s experiences in relation to STEM and preparing for STEM careers.
Our first report for 2016 is available for download
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Take part in our surveys
The “Geeky Girl Reality” began as a not-for-profit research study. This study is focused on learning the experiences of women entering the science and technology fields. Initially, this project began focusing on women who are currently enrolled in University.
Following the success of our student survey: we have created the professionals survey, which aims to understand the ambitions and obstacles of women in the midst of their careers within science and technology.
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Geeky Girl Reality has now developed into a resource hub for networking, gigs and opportunities, connecting with role models and sharing experiences. Learn more about how we are funded.
What the survey results tell us
The results from our research and online community discussions suggest that more opportunities, internships, events and mentors are needed to help girls develop and maintain a passion for STEM.
In response, we have created a website which aims to be a hub for all ‘things’ STEM-related for women. We want to build an online space where women can access support, mentorship, opportunities and connect with peers.
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