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2017 Norma Slepecky

Lecture & Undergraduate

Research Award

Dr. Brigid Hogan

Duke University

Medical Center

Friday, April 14, 2017

Life Sciences Aud. 001

4pm-5:30pm

Reception to Follow


WiSE

Women in Science and Engineering at Syracuse University

 

The WiSE program fosters current and future success of women in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) through programs designed to address their unique strengths and challenges at every stage from entering freshman to accomplished professional.

 

Student and faculty involvement and commitment make WiSE one of the most successful women’s programs at Syracuse University.

 

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Key Goals of WiSE

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  • Positively impact persistence in STEM for undergraduate women through an emphasis on research.

  • Support professional development, degree completion and/or career preparation for women graduate students and post-doctoral fellows.

  • Increase resilience, support advancement and improve career and personal productivity and balance for women STEM faculty.

  • Build a strong community and social network for women in STEM.