We help women in STEM reach their full potential
For 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).
Led by women faculty and professional staff, WiSE serves a total of seventeen STEM departments at the University. Our diverse programming and events offer women in STEM a wide variety of networking and learning opportunities, as well as support, encouragement, and inspiration. Through research-based strategies and an active community of mentors and peers, we help women students and faculty achieve their professional goals.
Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about our online programs:
Informal Meetups/Discussion: WiSE Postdocs
WiSE Postdocs “meet up” virtually to discuss today’s changes and challenges, and share tips, advice, and available resources. This is a welcoming space where participants can talk and support one another!
Meetings: WiSE Postdocs Writing Group
WiSE Postdocs come together online to discuss writing strategies and resources. Participants review each other’s work, and provide valuable feedback and support!
Webinar: Pathway to an NIH Independence Award (K1/K99)
Conducted on April 7, 2020 (recording – offsite)
Webinar: WiSE-FPP: Portfolio Prep for Success!
Helpful Advice from Portfolio Reviewers/Q&A
Conducted on April 14, 2020 (recording – offsite)
New undergraduate resources on this site:
Faculty Connections Empower Biotechnology Major to Find Her Research Niche
Read this Syracuse Stories article about Amanda Luke, biotechnology undergraduate student and WiSE Summer Research participant.
Twelve Professors Named Recipients of Excellence in Graduate Education Faculty Recognition Award
This Syracuse University News article features multiple WiSE faculty – congrats to Professors Dawn Johnson, Aesoon Park, Sucheta Soundarajan!
Syracuse University and UC Berkeley Researchers Team Up to Develop 3D Human Heart Model Showing How Cardiac Cells Fail to Adapt to a Pathological Mechanical Environment
This Syracuse University News article features WiSE-FPP Associate Chenyan Wang.
Lessons Learned from GeoLegends: Shobha K. Bhatia, PhD, M.ASCE
This Geostrata article features Shobha Bhatia, Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, and Faculty Co-Director of WiSE.