Alliance for Women in STEM
The Alliance for Women in STEM Mission is implementation of research-driven activities on campus and in the community in order to raise the participation of women and girls in STEM fields, provide a safe forum for reflection, discussion, development of ideas, and serve as the conduit for sustainable change. Activities include creating time to gather in order to reduce isolation in one’s department or major, dispelling misconceptions about the factors causing women to leave STEM fields, mentoring opportunities, social events and connecting with local professionals in STEM Industry in order to increase the visibility of women in STEM in our campus community.
- Take the Quiz and Identify your STEM Personality!
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Event Title: Women in STEM Welcome Luncheon and Panel: Career Path Experiences of Regional Women in STEM Industry
All students, faculty, staff, and friends with an interest in the success and advancement of Women in STEM are welcome! Please join us in person or via zoom for an introduction to our organization, an exploration of resources, and an interactive panel session with our three guests from regional STEM Industry. Panelists will share experiences on the path from education to current positions and the soft skills that were essential to success along the way.
- Date: January 30th
- Time: 12:15-1:15
- Location: Science Center 1405 and via Zoom
- Zoom link: https://tinyurl.com/mdadk5e2
- Michelle S. Shepherd, Forensic DNA Analyst III, Sr. at Georgia Bureau of Investigation
- Autumn Rausch, Analytics Engineer at UnityPoint Health
- Rachel Lewis, Data Scientist at Spotify
Fun! Lunch! Friends! Free Shirts! Support!
WSTEM Faculty Ambassadors
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Georgia Southern WSTEM Events and Activities | Related Resources
WSTEM Implicit Bias Forum
School and University Presentation Slides on WSTEM & Careers
Broader Resources For Women In STEM
- Why So Few Women in STEM Executive Summary
- Delana Gajdosik-Nivens, Ph.D Talks About Being A Woman in Science
Last updated: 1/20/2023