What students are saying...
In WiSE, female scientists are given their own space and voices –
it has empowered me, provided me with immense support, and given
me much hope for the future.
What faculty are saying...
"WiSE offers dynamic, practical presentations along with wonderful presenters and many opportunities to network with each other."
WiSE offers a variety of programs aimed at women faculty, postdoctoral fellows, graduate, and undergraduate students. These programs have been developed to encourage and support women to pursue science and engineering careers.
The picture to the right was taken at a work-life balance panel discussion with Drs. Bhatia (SU), Fierke (ESF) and Artuso (SU) joined by doctoral student Svetoslava Todorova.
Graduate Future Professionals Program
WiSE-FPP (Future Professionals Program) was developed in 2007 as a collaborative program, organized and supported by WISE, the Graduate School, the College of Engineering and Computer Science, and the College of Arts and Sciences. The WiSE-FPP program focuses on graduate and doctoral student career development and planning, as well as addressing persistence in science and engineering. To learn more.....
Norma Slepecky Undergraduate Research Prize and Lectureship
With her enthusiastic approval, this Lectureship and Undergraduate Prize has been endowed by her family, friends and colleagues to honor Syracuse University professor Norma Slepecky, who died in 2001. Dr. Slepecky was a distinguished auditory neuranatomist and member of the Institute for Sensory Research. To learn more....
WiSE Women of Color in STEM
WiSE Women of Color in STEM was developed in 2014 as a pilot program for a new series of undergraduate programs called Excellence in STEM Programs (ESP). WiSE Women of Color in STEM focuses on building community and promoting persistence in STEM programs.
Led by faculty and introduced in the 2008 - 2009 academic year, WiSE partners with SU ADVANCE to offer professional and informal development opportunities, lecture series and informal mentoring. To learn more ....