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Women in Science and Engineering (WISE)

Emerging from a Pandemic - Women's Journeys into STEM September 22 4-6 pm, register by 9/20

WISE Presents: Emerging from a Pandemic - Women’s Journeys in STEM

Join us for an intimate discussion with three women in diverse STEM fields, as they share valuable lessons gained from the pandemic. Each panelist will describe their professional experience with the pandemic, how it has affected their work, and their personal growth. Following the discussion and Q & A, we’ll play a fun game of STEM jeopardy with the opportunity to win prizes!

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About WISE

Putting words into action, Professor Emerita Bonita J. Campbell established an endowment that actively advocates for the participation of women in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics). The Bonita J. Campbell Endowment for Women in Science and Engineering (WISE), emphasizes promoting and encouraging women to participate in insufficiently represented industries. The Campbell WISE endowment also aims to conserve the evolution and contributions of women in the science and engineering disciplines.

The Library gratefully acknowledges the Bonita Campbell Endowment's critical support in

  • Developing the Library's collections in Science and Engineering (Browse the Bonita J. Campbell Endowment Collection)
  • Establishing the Women in Science and Engineering (WISE) study room in UL 222
  • Hosting events that celebrate and promote women's achievements in science and engineering fields
  • Establishing the Bonita J. Campbell WISE Scholarship Endowment.

Mission

To encourage women to build careers in the fields of science and engineering; to advance in their careers; to preserve the story of women who have pioneered in the science and engineering disciplines; and to inform leaders and educators about the contribution that women make in these important fields.

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For further information, or sign up for notifications of upcoming events, please contact Joyclyn Dunham at jdunham@csun.edu or (818) 677-2638.