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CU Denver Women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (WISTEM)

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The purpose of this organization is to promote and foster the continuing education and careers of women in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics at University of Colorado at Denver. 

Specific objectives

- To serve as a forum for discussion of issues relevant to women in scientific fields; and to address these issues and affect changes in the current paradigm.

- To promote the growth of the number of women successfully pursuing advanced scientific fields of study, research and the private sector.

- To serve the college by providing a forum of support for women currently pursuing a degree in the sciences.

- To foster the continued interest of women in scientific studies and careers.

- To support and empower each member of the organization in their career goals and aspirations.

- To share specific strategies for more effective balancing of career and personal life. 

Officers:

Dr. Annika Mosier, Faculty Sponsor (UCD Dept. of Integrative Biology)
Sanjana Garimella, President
Hithaishini Kodicherla,  Vice President 
Nicole Durant, Treasurer
Olivia Nohrenhold, Officer of Records & Communication


Our meetings are on the second Wednesday of each month

Science Building, Room 1115, 6:30pm​

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me, Sanjana Garimella.

See our Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/UCDWISTEM​ 


EVENTS:

Feb. 12th, 1:00p-2:00p, SI 1113, "Sex in the C.V." 

This event will allow students to get the chance to learn about how sex/gender impacts the review process of CVs and resumes in an application. Students will also be able to get advice from our faculty about how to improve their own CV/resume so they can stand out in the pool of applicants.  Additionally, students will get the chance to compare CV's of a few faculty members here at CU Denver and compare what they see on papter to a journal article that highlights the same issue.​

Sex in the CV.pdfSex in the CV.pdf

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