by, for, and about women in science, technology, engineering, & math is now closed.

The conversation about women in STEM is still ongoing, but a stand-alone social network which never got a lot of users is not the best way to have this conversation in 2012, and I didn't have the time to devote to community management and site growth that would have been needed for Stemming to continue to be relevant.

Other Resources

I've had a wonderful time working with the RailsBridge community recently; RailsBridge is devoted to encouraging and supporting new Ruby coders, especially women, and has developed a sophisticated introductory curriculum and support network toward these goals.

I also recommend as a great place to find similar resources and find twitters, blogs, tumblrs, et al by people who are thinking about these issues and working to support women in STEM.