The WiSCI Network is a welcoming community that invites people of any age, race, gender identity, sexual orientation, class, ability, language or cultural background.
Join us virtually for ‘COVID-19 Impacts: Perspectives from Women in Science’ on Sept 29, 2020!
The Innovating Minds Lecture Series hosts leaders from all platforms in academia, industry, policy, NGOs and more… as they share their path to success and innovation. Each two-hour event is complimentary, followed by networking with fellow attendees and appetizers.
Our next event will be held virtually on Tuesday, September 29, 2020. A panel of CSU scientists with diverse expertise will provide their perspectives on a broad array of topics regarding COVID-19. Learn more about our upcoming ‘COVID-19 Impacts: Perspectives from Women in Science’ Innovating Minds event!
Annual Women in Science Symposium – April 22, 2021
Mark your calendars and watch for updates as we plan the 2021 Women in Science Symposium, “Inclusivity Builds a Better World”. This half day event will highlight the heart of WiSCI, the promotion of science and gender equity.
WiSCI exists for the purpose of empowering women and girls in science from K-12 through terminal degrees and as we mature into our careers. It believes that the solution to barriers women and girls face in science education and in science fields is discovered by linking arms with people of all genders, all races, all colors, and all ages.
Women in Science… Pass it on!
Learn about the Women in Science Career Issues group concept, established at Colorado State University and starting in the Northern Colorado community. The WiSCI Network has created a Career Issues Group Starter Kit with suggestions and group discussion resources to create your very own CI group. Feel free to contact us if you would like more information, we are here to help you establish your own group!
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