in Engineering Program (WEP)
The Mission of the WEP is to reach, inspire, and encourage pre-
to post-college women to pursue their potential in engineering
and technical careers while supporting them throughout the process.
Its purpose includes effecting a positive change in the engineering
infrastructure, in which the academic and social climate becomes
conducive to women in engineering.
of Women Engineers (SWE)
The Society Of Women Engineers (SWE) is a non-profit, educational
service organization, dedicated to:
in Science and Engineering (WISE)
The purpose of WISE is to create an interdepartmental forum
in which women can get to know each other primarily as scientists.
Through this interdisciplinary network resources and ideas can
be exchanged without losing sight of women's issues such as
climate in the workplace, balancing career and family, and recruitment
and retention of women in science. All women associated with
the University are invited to attend WISE bi-weekly social gatherings.
For more information or to join the WISE mailing list, send
email to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Graduate Women's Network is dedicated to providing academic
support services for graduate women. In an effort to ease the
transition to graduate school life, the network provides information
regarding campus resources and a Peer Mentoring Program. Contact
the Graduate Student Senate, 919 Campus Center, or call 545-5312.
systers-students is a mailing list open to all female graduate
and undergraduate students studying computer science and related
areas. If you're dealing with student related questions right
now (i.e. applying to school) you are also welcome to join.
To join, Please send a short introduction to email@example.com.
The introduction should explain why you want to join the list
and include a short statement agreeing to follow the rules of
privacy listed on the website. systers-students is a branch
off of the systers list, a mailing list for female professionals
in the commercial, academic or government world in technical
areas of computer science. Students are also welcome to join
systers, though the focus is not on student issues. To join
systers, fill out the web form at http://www.systers.org
or send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org
with "subscribe" on the Subject line. You are
not required to be a member of systers to join systers-students.