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For more than 20 years, Syracuse University’s Women in Science and Engineering (WiSE) has proudly supported the recruitment, persistence, and advancement of women in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics).

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WiSE Updates

PROGRAMMING

Please see our Events page for all upcoming programming!

WiSE Women of Color in STEM (WWoCS)

  • Social Hour at Sitrus: Peer Networking and Fun! – Wednesday, October 13, 6-7 PM, Zoom (space is limited, register)

Resource Lists imageRESOURCE LISTS

WiSE has compiled the following lists of helpful resources available at the University.

Other News

Professor Shikha Nangia Selected as Rising Star by American Chemical Society
Congrats to Dr. Shikha Nangia, Faculty Advisor for WWoCS!

Arts and Sciences Physicist Part of a 5-University Team Programming Biological Cells to Design Futuristic Materials
This Syracuse University News article features the research of Dr. Jennifer Ross, Advisor for WiSE Faculty Leadership Development.

Advancing Understanding of the Link Between Pain and Nicotine Consumption
This Syracuse University News article features the research of Jessica Powers, former WiSE-FPP Associate.

Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Professor Sucheta Soundarajan Receives NSF CAREER Award
Congrats to Dr. Sucheta Soundarajan, Lead Faculty Advisor for WiSE-FPP!

12 Undergraduate Students Awarded WiSE Summer Research Funds

2021 CUSE Grants Fund 79 Projects
Congrats to all the recipients! Many are WiSE Faculty.

NIH Grant Funds Innovative Study on Childhood Stuttering
Congrats to Principal Investigator Dr. Victoria Tumanova!

New Dean, Faculty, and Student Representatives Appointed to Board of Trustees
Congrats to Yousr Dhaouadi, WiSE-FPP Associate, for being selected as the Graduate Student Representative!

Whales Sing in New York Waters
Congrats to Julia Zeh, WiSE-FPP Associate, on her research being featured in the New York Times!

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