Women In Science and Engineering (WISE) is a program dedicated to meet the needs of today's women in science and engineering. An outgrowth of Programs for Educational Enrichment and Retention (PEER), WISE has a parallel mission: to increase retention and graduation rates of qualified female students in the College of Engineering and Science.
This is a 10 year-old program and one that addresses and assists female students in technical majors. WISE offers services that promote success, present career opportunities and provide students with networking. WISE offers services that promote success, present career opportunities and provide students with networking opportunities. WISE offers mentoring, guidance, counseling and other services that benefit women in the College of Science and Engineering. The program puts female students in contact with other female students in their classes and with successful women in the workforce. These personal contacts can not only furnish a great deal of support as you pursue your studies, but they form a network upon which to call when launching your career.
- student mentoring
- industrial mentoring
- workshops and speakers
- career planning and preparation
- networking opportunities
- study hall and study groups
- resource library
- lounge area
- Networking opportunities
- Fluor Engineering and Science Study Hall (Sun.-Thurs., 7-10 p.m.)
- Lounge area
- test bank
- WISE-UP, an electronic newsletter