STEM Education Tag

Vanessa Oguamanam a third-year Ph.D. student in Computer science at the Georgia Institute of Technology, USA had a mentorship session with the WAAW fellows. She was asked several questions like; why she chose to study Computer Science?"  “How she got to study (or do your...

On the 10th of July, WAAW fellows had a Mentorship series with Dr. Unoma Okorafor, the founder of WAAW foundation. WAAW fellows had the opportunity to ask questions, share stories and challenges of their chapters. Dr Unoma Okorafor reiterated the vision and the mission of WAAW Foundation....

  Working to Advance STEM Education for African Women (WAAW) Foundation was awarded a grant of $21,000 from the Aspire Coronation Trust (ACT) Foundation for the expansion of the She Hacks Africa Coding Bootcamp program in Lagos and Abuja, Nigeria. This grant will be used specifically...

In year 2018, Working to Advance STEM Education for African Women (WAAW) Foundation, announced her annual scholarships program to students who demonstrate financial need and prove their status as full time students in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) related course in an African University. The initiative is aimed...

At WAAW (Working to Advance Science and Technology Education for African Woman) Foundation, A 501© non-profit organization (EIN 20-8576703), We have a mission to increase the pipeline of African women entering into Science and Technology fields and ensure they are engaged in Technology innovation and...

An interview session with two of our She Hacks Africa alumni that currently works at Re:Learn, an arm of Co-creation hub Tell us a little bit about you ? Ufuoma Famous: My name is Ogaga Ufuoma Famous, the third child in a family of four, I was born and raised...

WAAW Foundation participated in Facebook for Education which aims at building learning communities in Nigeria. The aim is to create programs, tools and products to build diverse learning communities that brings the world closer together. To achieve the purpose why Facebook for Education was initiated, it...

  Re-learn powered by Co-Creation Hub (CC HUB) in conjunction with Tai Solarin University of Education (TASUED) organized a one-day Education Multi-Stakeholder summit tagged; “Exploring Teaching Methods for STEM Education in Secondary Schools.” Re-learn is an initiative created by CC-Hub to make learning more interactive than been instructive...