Welcome to Women in STEM (WiSTEM)
Women in STEM (WiSTEM) is determined to give individuals who identify as women and allies within DBBS and the wider Washington University visibility, a voice, and a place to feel comfortable in science, medicine, and other STEM fields. WiSTEM works to meet the needs of our members through professional development opportunities, campus and community outreach, and inclusive event programming in DBBS. Through these efforts, WiSTEM hopes to create an inclusive environment within DBBS and the wider Washington University community as a forum for the unique challenges that women-identifying trainees face both on a daily basis and on a larger scale.
– Advance and enhance the educational and personal development of our members.
– Develop a sense of community among individuals who identified as women in DBBS and wider Washington University .
– Create programs and initiatives to address issues faced by individuals who identified as women in STEM fields in DBBS and the greater St. Louis community.
– Create a network of individuals, helping to achieve the mission and vision of WiSTEM.
Women’s History month was proclaimed to celebrate and recognize the contributions women have made over the course of American history in a variety of fields. In honor of Women’s history month, WiSTEM highlights resources and events for women in STEM.
Our resource archive contains wide range of information that can be helpful for professional and personal journey. Please visit our resources page to learn more about it.
Thanks to DBBS and WUMCAA funding, WiSTEM started a Women in STEM-centric library collection this summer. They will be available to WUSTL members through @BeckerLibrary
Student Blog Series
Welcome to WiSTEM Blog Series. This series will be curated from graduate students within our community. If you’d like to be featured, please contact us (email@example.com) with your writing!
Growing Up in Science
Growing up in science is a global conversational story sharing series about the hidden challenges and insights during their journey to one’s career. WiSTEM is featuring women scientists within Washu community to share their stories.
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