Put #WomeninSTEM on the Map!

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“We’re putting international #WomeninSTEM on the map. Join us! http://thndr.it/1N5kNKe

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Put #WomeninSTEM on the Map!

Mapping SEVIS by the Numbers is an interactive map on Study in the States that highlights international student trends and data from the Student and Exchange Visitor Information System (SEVIS) by the Numbers report. The latest report includes a special section highlighting trends about female international students who study in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields in the United States.

Did you know:

  • Since 2010, the total number of female international STEM students increased more than 68 percent, from 76,638 students in 2010 to 128,807 students in 2015.
  • The number of female STEM students pursuing master’s degrees increased 114 percent.
  • The number of female STEM students studying computer and information sciences and support services has increased 116 percent from 2010 to 2015.
  • Today, 26 percent of all female international students in the U.S. study STEM fields.
  • Of these female STEM students, 62 percent are from China and India.

Spread the word and join Study in the States as we promote the growth of female international students in STEM.

Here is how to show your support:

  1. Sign up for the international #WomeninSTEM campaign via Twitter, Facebook or both.
  2. Share the campaign with your peers and encourage them to show their support to international #WomeninSTEM.
  3. On April 8, celebrate international #WomeninSTEM by sharing the campaign message across social media.

Visit Study in the States to learn more about international women in STEM and the international student process in the United States.

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Study in the States

Study in the States is an information hub for the international student community. The U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Study in the States website brings together information from all government agencies that play a role in the international student process.

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