Join us Saturday, May 13th for UAB's 7th annual Girls in Science and Engineering Day!

Girls in Science and Engineering Day (GSED), is a day for local middle school girls
(6th-8th grade) to come to UAB and participate in fun science and engineering activities
led by women who are professors, scientists, and students from UAB and our surrounding
community. All girls will participate in three different exciting workshops throughout the day.

Registration will open March 15th at 5pm

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Check out the rest of the Girls in Science and Engineering Day website for information about this event and our Cool Links!

Questions? Email event directors at girlsinscienceday@gmail.com.

Check out photos from past years and other cool info on our FACEBOOK page!

 Have you done a cool science or engineering project? Share it with us on facebook or by email! 


Girls in Science and Engineering Day was created in 2011 as a unique event designed to inspire and empower Birmingham-area middle school girls to achieve and excel in science and engineering fields. The event was founded by UAB students Alison Barnard, DPT (class of 2012) and Farah Khan, MD (class of 2013), two friends who believe that all girls can be successful in science, math, engineering, or any subjects they desire to pursue!

Kelsey Patterson (UAB MSTPserved as the event director from 2013 to 2016. She loves all things related to science so much so that she is pursuing an MD and a PhD! Rachel Thompson has also served on the leadership in the past and is now pursuing a Masters at Clemson University. 

The current leadership team includes Ramsha Farrukh, Sameera Grandhi, Catie Scull, Shelly Nason, Rachel Prado, and Sarah Dulson. All of these women are active passionate about STEM and grateful for the mentorships that they have had. Dr. Sisiopiku serves as the event director. Outreach efforts are coordinated by Dr. Yildirim.

To discuss or make your philanthropic commitment to GSED, please contact Victoria Allen, Director of Development for the School of Engineering, or Lori E. Green, Director of Development for the School of Education.