Geologist shares her story of rising through the ranks in STEM

02/4/2013 | Forbes

It's intelligence and ability that make more of a difference in science and engineering than gender or race, says Cindy Yeilding, vice president of Exploration & Appraisal at BP. She says girls should be encouraged to consider careers in science, technology, engineering and math, noting that mentors and role models are other important factors in closing the gender gap in STEM.

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