The Women in Science and Engineering Program seeks to support graduate women throughout their graduate studies and in their career preparation. WISE has many programs and activities designed for STEM graduate students, and students of all gender identities are invited to participate.
Workshops, Events, Panels and Programs
Graduate students are invited to participate in WISE workshops, events, panels and programs focusing on success in the academy, work-life balance, dissertation writing, career success.
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Visit our events page for upcoming events.
WISE can provide Broadening Impact programs for grants through our Girls in Science and Engineering summer camp. if you would like to partner with us for pre-college outreach, email email@example.com.
WISE is occasionally able to collaborate on research projects related to women in STEM. For more information, contact Faculty Director Melissa Gross at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Graduate Student Organizations
WISE provides support to several graduate student organizations including:
- MUSES (Movement of Underrepresented Sisters in Engineering and Science)
Please contact Debbie Taylor: email@example.com
- AWIS (Association of Women in Science)
- Grad SWE (Society of Women Engineers)