2023 Introduce a Girl
to Green Technology
February 18th, 2023 1-5 pm
University of Washington
Husky Union Building (HUB)
Welcome to the 7th annual installation of Introduce a Girl series organized by Women in Chemical Engineering at the University of Washington! This year's amazing theme is Green Technology!
This event provides an afternoon of STEM demonstrations to young girls and gender expansive folks ages 5-15. We prioritize kids from historically underrepresented backgrounds, first-generation, and low-income folks. However, all attendees are welcome regardless of their age or gender!
Registration cost: FREE
Register using this link
We are strongly recommending face coverings indoors during the event to limit the exposure to COVID-19. You can find the University of Washington's guidelines here, vaccination policy, and face covering policy.
A special thank you to our amazing presenters this year!
Clean Energy Institute (CEI), Center for Integration of Modern Optoelectronic Materials on Demand (IMOD), Molecular Engineering Materials Center (MEMC), NSF Center for Molecularly Optimized Networks (MONET),
Association for Chemical Engineering Graduate Students (ACES),
American Institute of Chemical Engineers - UW Chapter,
Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES) - UW Chapter,
Inclusion in Chemical Sciences (InCS), STEM Pals,
Carothers Lab, Nance Lab, Bergsman Lab, and Pozzo Lab (UW ChemE)
Zalatan Lab, Nelson Lab, Xiao Lab, and Fu Lab (UW Chemistry),
Roumeli Lab (UW MSE) and Esperanzas Unidas (nonprofit org)!
Thank you to all our volunteers and photographers Rose Lee and Ruby Jin.
WChE Outreach Director: Nada Naser.
Welcome Girl Scouts!
The Introduce a Girl series has welcomed the Girl Scouts of Western Washington since the series began. We provide custom designed patches to any girl scout who attends this event.
This year's patch designer is Nada Naser!