During Women's History Month Altice USA and HISTORY® are partnering to recognize the contributions women have made to Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. We encourage schools and community groups to use the resources below to create lesson plans and projects that highlight the many contributions women have made to our society.

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African American Female Scientists

Meet an accomplished group of black women in science who rarely have made the history books despite their significant achievements.

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Astronaut Ellen Ochoa

In 1991, Ellen Ochoa became the first Hispanic woman astronaut. Since then, she’s made four space flights and logged more than 950 hours in space.

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Women in Space

Discover the gravity-defying accomplishments of the amazing women who have made history in space since Russian Valentina Tereshkova became the world’s first female astronaut.

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Famous Firsts in Women’s History

From sports to science, take a walk-through women’s history with a wide variety of female trailblazers.

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Five Female Inventors Who Changed Life as We Know It

You may never have heard of these women inventors, but they all had a very real impact on modern life.

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Hidden Figures: Katherine Johnson

You might know her from the film Hidden Figures: Mathematician Katherine Johnson performed the complex calculations that enabled humans to successfully achieve space flight.

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10 Things You May Not Know About Ada Lovelace

Although her accomplishments weren’t recognized until many years after her death, Ada Lovelace was a tech visionary.

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Hedy Lamarr

Hedy Lamarr was far more than just a beautiful actress--she also helped develop an early technique for spread spectrum communications that is key to today’s wireless communications.

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Madame CJ Walker

The daughter of Louisiana sharecroppers, Sarah Breedlove channeled her own experience and a talent for promotion into a successful business built for and by black women.

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The First Female CEOs in History

These three women broke new ground in corporate America, proving women could successfully lead and grow major firms.

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