Kira Rosenlind, left, and Iman Stephenson, back right, show off Stephenson’s recent creation as a part of Gig Harbor High School’s STEM Club in hopes of attracting more students, and girls, to join in the upcoming school year.
Kira Rosenlind, left, and Iman Stephenson, back right, show off Stephenson’s recent creation as a part of Gig Harbor High School’s STEM Club in hopes of attracting more students, and girls, to join in the upcoming school year. Kira Rosenlind Courtesy
Kira Rosenlind, left, and Iman Stephenson, back right, show off Stephenson’s recent creation as a part of Gig Harbor High School’s STEM Club in hopes of attracting more students, and girls, to join in the upcoming school year. Kira Rosenlind Courtesy

‘Women have brains and we are going to use them.’ Students work to attract more girls to STEM clubs

August 07, 2018 07:55 PM