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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

Now accepting applications for the Norma Slepecky Undergraduate Research Prize!

PROGRAMMING

Please see our Events page for all upcoming programming!

WiSE Women of Color in STEM (WWoCS)
Writing an Effective Personal Statement & Other Application Tips
Monday, January 24, 12-1 PM, Zoom (register here)

WiSE Women of Color in STEM (WWoCS)
Social Hour: Networking with Graduate Mentors!
Wednesday, February 9, 6-7 PM, Rachel’s Private Dining Room (Sheraton) (register here)

Resource Lists imageRESOURCE LISTS

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

Other News

An Integrated Learning Experience
This Syracuse University News article features WiSE participant Sophie Hernandez.

WiSE Annual Summary for 2021

A&S Faculty Connect High School Students With Wonders of Physics
Dr. Jennifer Ross, Advisor for WiSE Faculty Leadership Development, is quoted in this Syracuse University News article.

Professor Loredana Lanzani Named a Fellow of the American Mathematical Society
Congrats to former WiSE Faculty Advisor Dr. Lanzani!

LaunchPad Announces 2021 ’Cuse Tank Winners
Congrats to former WWoCS-CPP Associate Simran Lakhani!

Rose-Laying Ceremony, Remembrance Scholar Convocation to Be Held Friday
Congrats to former WWoCS-CPP Associates Julia Chou, Nathena Murray, and Jazmine Richardson for receiving this special honor.

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.

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