This year we became an official affiliate group of the national Association for Women in Science! We write up summaries of our seminars and workshops to share insights, ideas, and techniques to help women and underrepresented groups succeed in STEM.
If you couldn’t make it to one of our seminars/workshops, or want to contribute to our blog on the AWIS website and get into our network of scientists and engineers there, please visit our page on the AWIS website!
Other groups at CU that we work with include:
CU-Prime is a student-led group at the Physics Department of University of Colorado, Boulder. They strive to increase diversity and inclusion in Physics and STEM fields via mentorship and community building. We are working together to host collaborative events throughout the year (including the best happy hours!). Read more about CU-Prime here.
CU Science Discovery
WiSE group members have participated in several CU Science Discovery programs, including creating and leading science teen cafes and instructing STEM summer camps.
Read more about their education and outreach programs here.
CU Women in Physics (WiP)
The WiP group is comprised of undergraduates, grad students, post-docs and faculty. They seek to promote a sense of community and provide support women in physics. Check out their website here!
CU Denver Women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (WISTEM)
The University of Colorado, Denver WISTEM group strives to promote and foster the education and career paths of women in STEM disciplines. Visit their website to read more here.
PICA (Promoting an Inclusive Community in Astronomy)
CU-Boulder Astrophysical and Planetary Sciences Department graduate students and faculty that advocate for diversity and inclusion. Read more here.
A graduate student-run seminar series at Boulder to promote diversity and inclusion of underrepresented groups in the sciences. Read more about their mission here.
CU-STARS (Science, Technology and Astronomy Recruits)
Also through the Astrophysical and Planetary Sciences Department at CU Boulder, the CU-STARS group seeks to recruit and support first-year students from diverse backgrounds in the sciences. Check out their website here.
CU SWE (Society of Women Engineers)
Dedicated to furthering the education and professional development of female engineers. Read more here.
If you want to be listed as an affiliate of the CU WiSE Group, have worked with us in the past, or want to work with us in the future, contact Sarah at Sarah.Crump@colorado.edu to be listed on our website.