Request for participation – Inclusion in STEM survey

Dear all, Funded by the Royal Society of Chemistry, a team of UK and US researchers are trying to understand how STEM academics and students perceive the LGBTQ+ inclusion climate in science. If you would like to help us understand this, please take this short online survey at All responses are fully anonymous and participants of … Read more

It’s Not All About the Money

Garcia-Nieto began to believe that she could become a doctor, but everyone around her told her to give up that dream. When she asked her high-school counselor about college applications and revealed she was undocumented, her counselor offered this advice: “You just need to go back to Mexico.”

Lecture on under-representation of women in STEM fields

The Wasch Center for Retired Faculty is pleased to invite you to the first in our Wednesday afternoon lecture series: on Wednesday, February 28 at 4:30, Amrita Sanyal will speak about the work she has done on the under-representation of women in STEM fields. A recent recipient of the Ph.D. from Purdue, Amrita is Visiting Assistant Professor in … Read more

Women in Science: Inspiring the Next Generation

Women in science, technology, engineering, mathematics and medicine (STEMM) continue to make vital discoveries across the globe every day, despite facing inequalities. Each year, February 11 marks the International Day of Women and Girls in Science, and here at Technology Networks, we want to champion women studying and working in STEMM.  This eBook contains a selection … Read more

Black History Month 2024 is Here!

Every year, the Wesleyan community comes together to celebrate Black History Month in February with a variety of events, initiatives, performances, and celebrations.  You can find a complete listing of all the events at Wesleyan celebrating Black History Month with detailed information on our website (link).  Follow @wesresourcecenter on Instagram (Instagram link) for weekly updates & check out the events on … Read more