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.

Upcoming Events:

We have gone Virtual!

1. Our next Virtual Journal Club will be July 8th at 5pm. The Discussion will be led by Natalie Nevárez, PhD, Associate Director for Faculty Diversity and Development at Columbia University. We will be discussing the manuscript:  “Old Problem, New Perspectives: Applying Anzaldúan Concepts to Underrepresentation in STEM

2. We are hosting Practice Zoom Talks for interested post-docs or graduate students. Please email Andrea Moffitt at : moffitt@cshl.edu if you are interested!

3. WiSE is looking to set up virtual "Skype a Scientist" events for students. If you or any educators know of a group of students that would be interested, please email Alexa Pagliaro at : pagliaro@cshl.edu

4. We have and will continue participating in Virtual Coffee Hour hosted by GWiSE SBU. We will update our Facebook and Twitter when the next one is scheduled.

We are always seeking submissions for our weekly WiSE Wednesdays. If you would like to suggest Female Scientists that will be featured for a post on our weekly series, please email Rhonda at Rdrewes@cshl.edu.

We value your feedback! Click Here, to be redirected to a google form to submit any suggestions you may have.

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.

(1/2) What can the Aztec term "nepantla" teach us about the #URM experience in #STEM?

Join us next Wednesday (7/8) for a special journal club- led by @nnevarezt- discussing Gloria Anzaldúa's concept of nepantla for addressing challenges faced by #women and #URMs in STEM

We are still looking to fill #scholarship slots for our DNA Summer Camp! Reach out if you are a #teacher, #parent, or know a #student who might be interested!

#SciTwitter #scicomm #sciencetwitter https://t.co/PEHQNsnYe0
DNA Learning Center @DNALC
Virtual summer camp registration is open! A limited number of need-based scholarships are available upon request. Learn more on the FAQ/Policies page under Payment. Register soon if you plan to request a scholarship! https://t.co/C4hF9v5LWw #VirtualSummerCamp https://t.co/VI6Y4INvMC
Scroll to top