Jessilyn Gale of the Daily Herald writes about the impact of three BYU professors inspiring young women and girls to pursue careers in the sciences. Read about it here.
The Red Thread Foundation for Women is proud to announce award recipient for the 2015-2016 academic year! Our winner was chosen from a pool of highly accomplished applicants based on written essays explaining the impact of their international background, academic and career goals, and recommendations. Our award winner is truly impressive, demonstrating academic excellence, community […]
May marks the season of commencements, which provide graduates with the opportunity to reflect on the lessons of their university careers and imagine the future. The themes of commencement speeches recur, but every speaker adds a unique tone to the ceremonies. In this post, the Red Thread Foundation for Women glimpses into two 2012 commencement […]
As the Red Thread Foundation for Women wraps up its first cycle of mentorship and welcomes new trustees and scholars on board, our readers can expect new content in this space. From links to articles and talks about gender, education and mentorship to personal stories from our trustees and scholars, we will attempt to share […]
Every birthday is an opportunity to reflect, to celebrate, to look back and forward. Today, on International Women’s Day, the Red Thread Foundation celebrates its first birthday. A year ago, I joined nine other women with roots around the world to found an organization dedicated to the mentorship of women with multi-national backgrounds through university. […]