The people behind the Nevertheless podcast commissioned and released 8 posters of women who have made lasting marks on the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. The colorful, illustrated posters not only display each woman’s contributions and accomplishments but also showcase the unique style of each artist (who are also women).

Among the posters is one of Dr. Mae Jemison, the first African-American woman in space. Dr. Jemison visited the Saint Louis Science Center on October 2017 to speak to local students about how science has impacted her life and the importance of STEM careers.

They’ve even made each poster available to download (in 8 different languages) for free:

We’d love you to download the posters and print them out for your school or workplace. By taking part, you’ll help raise awareness of their achievements, and hopefully, inspire a new generation of girls and women in STEM.

–The Nevertheless Podcast

The Nevertheless Podcast looks at the women transforming the way people use technology to teach and learn. Download and read more about the women in and behind the posters over at the Nevertheless Podcast’s Medium page. While there, you can also check out Seasons One and Two of the Nevertheless podcast.

Michael Wense
Contributing Writer