Taxonomy Archives: News

Meet Elona Trogub, Co-Founder and Co-Owner of Gorge Greens and Notable Woman in STEM
Elona Trogub is the Co-Founder and Co-Owner of Gorge Greens, where she grows nutrient-rich microgreens. Her work is part of a larger project to create a year-round waste-to-energy food system in southwest Washington. Read More
Representative Dave Paul Selected as the 2022 Legislator of the Year
After a statewide nomination process, Washington STEM is pleased to announce that the 2022 Legislator of the Year Award will be given to Representative Dave Paul (LD 10). Read More
Meet Joyce Elauria, Security Engineer and Notable Woman in STEM
Joyce Elauria is a Security Engineer for Okta, where she monitors software for security vulnerabilities and corrects problems when they’re found. Her work helps to keep our digital environments safe and secure. Read More
A Tribute to Martha Feldman
Martha Feldman (February 20, 1945 ~ June 10, 2020) was a shining example of “Notable Women in STEM.” As a businesswoman, educator, and engineer, she forged new STEM pathways for women across the state. Read More
Meet Celestina Barbosa-Leiker, Psychologist, Researcher, and Notable Woman in STEM
Celestina Barbosa-Leiker is Executive Vice Chancellor for Research and Administration at Washington State University Health Sciences Spokane, where she studies the psychological experiences of people with substance use disorders. Her research is helping healthcare providers take better care of people negatively affected by substance use. Read More
2021 Legislator of the Year Awards
After a statewide nomination process, Washington STEM is pleased to announce that the 2021 Legislator of Year award will be given to Senator Claire Wilson and Representative Tana Senn. Read More
Washington STEM: Advocacy Season 2022
As the 2022 Washington legislative season gets underway, Washington STEM, alongside our STEM Network partners, will continue to advance our policy priorities with Washington students of color, rural students, students experiencing poverty, and girls at the center of those efforts. Read More
Washington STEM: Advocacy Season 2021
With the 2021 Washington legislative underway, Washington STEM, alongside our STEM Network partners, will continue to advance our policy priorities with Washington students of color, students from low-income backgrounds, and rural students at the center of those efforts. Read More