Some of the women in STEM featured in the #IfThenSheCan Exhibit at NorthPark Center will visit to view their statues on Thursday, Oct. 21.

The exhibit, which went on display in May, has 3-D printed statues of more than 120 women in STEM careers on display. From cancer researcher to video game developer, the women are ambassadors who have participated in the program for the past two years.

Thirty women of the 122 with statues displayed will be on site at NorthPark to view their 3-D printed selves. Since the statues went on display, more than 2 million people have viewed them.

The #IfThenSheCan Exhibit closes at NorthPark Center on Sunday Oct. 24 after being on display for five months.

Some of the STEM women displayed will be available at the exhibit at 3:15 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 21 to discuss their career fields at NorthPark Center.