The Women in Science and Engineering Program seeks to support graduate women throughout their graduate studies and in their career preparation.
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. Send a request to firstname.lastname@example.org to join our email group for event and opportunity notification.
Visit our events page for upcoming events.
WISE sponsors dissertation and master's writing groups through the Sweetland Writing Center. Groups meet for Fall and Winter semesters. WISE will continue to fund groups that want to meet for subsequent semesters, as well as spring/summer term groups.
Graduate Student Organizations
WISE provides support to several graduate student organizations including:
- MUSES* (Movement of Underrepresented Sisters in Engineering and Science)
Please contact Debby Taylor: email@example.com
- AWIS* (Association of Women in Science)
- Grad SWE (Society of Women Engineers)
*WISE staff members serve as executive board members
From volunteering to serve on our advisory board, to serving on panels, to working with pre-college students in our summer camps, WISE has many opportunities for students to gain leadership experience and to support women in science and engineering.