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WiSE Women of Color in STEM (WWoCS)
December Dinner: Undergraduate Research Opportunities & Support (register)

Please see our Events page for all upcoming programming!

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

Other News

University Announces Inaugural Renée Crown Honors Professorships
Congrats to Dr. Heidi Hehnly, WiSE Faculty Advisor!

Yousr Dhaouadi: Ph.D. Candidate, GSO President Willing to ‘Follow Every Opportunity’
This interview features former WiSE-FPP Associate Yousr Dhaouadi.

NIH ESTEEMED Grant to Enhance Diversity and Elevate Undergraduate Research in Bioengineering
Congrats to Drs. Shikha Nangia and Julie Hasenwinkel, both WiSE Faculty Advisors! The grant will help fund a program to recruit and train undergraduates from diverse racial and ethnic minorities, people with disabilities, and individuals from disadvantaged backgrounds.

Lab Focuses on Curing Brain-Related Diseases
Read about WiSE Faculty Advisor, Dr. Shikha Nangia, and her research. The article also features WiSE-FPP Associate Jingjing Ji.

The Art of Science: Students Participate in University’s First-Ever Bio-Art Class
Read about WiSE Faculty Advisor, Dr. Heidi Hehnly, and her new class offering (along with Dr. Boryana Rossa). The article also features WiSE-FPP Associate Renita Saldanha.

Podcast and Q&A With Speech Language Pathologist Alex Middleton ’22: Providing a Voice to Help People Advocate for Themselves
This interview features WiSE Summer Research participant Alex Middleton.

Lab’s Synthetic Materials Repair Damaged Tissues and Organs
Read about WiSE Faculty member, Dr. Mary Beth Monroe, and her research and how she fosters community and equity in STEM.

Whale Mums and Calves Whisper, Hide from Predators off Great Australian Bight, Researchers Say
Read this ABC News article featuring the research of WiSE Faculty member, Dr. Susan Parks, and former WiSE-FPP Associates Julia Dombroski and Julia Zeh.

Senior Profile: Katie Piston ’22 Solves Biomedical Engineering Challenges
Congrats to Katie Piston, former WiSE-FPP Associate!

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