This project initiated as part of the activities of the Educational Research Unit on Scientific Culture (URECS) and is conducted in collaboration with the NSERC / Pratt & Whitney Canada Chair for Women in Science. Six undergraduate, four master’s and two doctoral students are part of the research team and will present their results in joint forums in Canada, the United States and Europe to inspire and contribute to a national, international conversation on the advancement of women in the engineering profession and innovation in technology, and in women’s interests.