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Wesleyan Women in Science
Wesleyan Women in Science (WesWIS) is a student group composed of undergraduates, graduate students, post-docs, staff, and faculty dedicated to issues affecting women in science. Open to all majors and genders, WesWIS encourages all those interested to join the mailing list (please email firstname.lastname@example.org).
Organizations and Resources
- American Association of University Women
- Association for Women in Science
- Speaking While Female
- Why Is Gender Diversity Important in STEM?
Women Scientists Spotlight
The Famous and Forgotten Women of STEM
Celebrate Women’s History Month with these features of women in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. We hope that these stories will give context to the history of women in STEM, recognize their contributions around the world, and encourage up and coming women and girls in these fields.
Celebrating Women in Science
March 8, 2021, marks International Women’s Day, a day to celebrate the achievements of women around the world. It is a day that Technology Networks acknowledges each year, in efforts to share the triumphs achieved and challenges faced by women working in science. In this listicle, we highlight some of our favorite pieces of content that do just that.
How Much Do you Know about the Female Scientists Who Changed the World？
Science is often considered a male-dominated field. But these female scientists broke boundaries and made important discoveries. In recognition of International Women‘s Day, GenScript initiates this quiz to remember the female scientists who have helped change the world.
From Nature Lover to Structural Biologist: A Scientist’s Journey
A gift of medical books from an unlikely source spurred Chrystal Starbird’s scientific career. She talks about what motivates her research on cell surface receptors and the obstacles she has faced as a Black woman in academia.