Graduate women in science (GWIS) podcasts celebrate women and their adventurous journey in Science. GWIS has been empowering women as individuals and as a community since 1921. Our mission is simple to build a global community that inspires, supports, recognizes, and empowers women in science. Connect, Lead, and Empower!
Sandy Marshall shares her inspirational journey with GWIS as a CEO and founder of Project scientist, a non-profit that aims to inspire and motivate future generation of women in science through this national venture that supports and provides opportunity for young girls to explore science, technology, engineering and math. Project Scientist organizes six-week summer STEM camps in cities across the country for girls ages 4-12 taught by STEM teachers, professors, and professionals. To learn more about how you can donate/volunteer, please visit projectscientist.org .
In the spirit of World Entrepreneurship Day, April 16th 2020, Dr. Shu Li chatted with GWIS on her adventurous journey from being a graduate student and plant biologist to an Entrepreneur. Dr. Li is the co founder of two successful startups, Alpine roads and Petri Bio.
The week of February 16 through February 22, 2020 was National Engineering Week. As part of our National Engineering Week observation, Dr. Elizabeth Orwin chatted with GWIS Lead on her insights on teaching, student development, and leadership. Dr. Orwin is the chair of the Department of Engineering and director of the Engman Fellowship Program at Harvey Mudd College in Claremont, CA.