CSHL WiSE is a network of scientists working to build a more supportive, collaborative, and equal scientific community for all. We provide a platform for professional development and empowerment through mentorship, career planning, and educational opportunities tailored toward issues disproportionately affecting women.
CSHL WiSE was founded in 2015 by students, postdocs and technicians looking to create a strong and collaborative support system for women scientists at CSHL and beyond. WiSE is open to all members of the CSHL community. CSHL WiSE is thankful for the ongoing support of the CSHL administration.
WiSE Pary 2017, Photo: Constance Brukin
Last month, we held our 2nd annual "Fun with DNA Camp" - a WiSE/ @DNALC collaboration. We put on a week of activities these girls will surely remember! (using 🧠 like those they got to touch 🤯) Learn more in @Catsidy45's piece #womeninscience #womeninSTEM https://t.co/EAJsBMBXJo
Awesome news from WiSE co-founder and president emeritus @litalchart! She's almost #PhDone! Congratulations! #phdchat #academictwitter #womeninscience #womeninSTEM https://t.co/lxewRX8SAU
Chemist Janet Rideout found that AZT could be used to treat HIV 👩🔬And we found that Rideout didn't have her own Wikipedia article 😡
So now she has one. And a #WiSEWednesday profile! Lots of ways to learn more!👇 @biochem_bri #womeninscience #womeinSTEM https://t.co/wdLvYpiq3P
Happy #WiSEWednesday! @biochem_bri ran out of time but will bring you a formatted version tomorrow. Sorry!
#womeninscience #womeninSTEM #womeninchemistry https://t.co/2cDIdMPmcC
JANET LITSTER RIDEOUT! 1 of scientists credited w/discovering that AZT could be used to treat HIV. Now she has her own Wikipedia page!
Please, pretty please, check it out! 👉 https://t.co/8olV65opjp
& help other female scientists get attention they deserve!