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Welcome to USC WiSE

The WiSE program is a groundbreaking effort to increase the representation and success of women in science and engineering at USC through a series of creative programs that enable women to thrive at every stage of their careers.

Committed to developing fresh approaches to policies and to building a supportive environment for both women and men, the WiSE program is driving USC to the leading edge of diversity in science and engineering.

Upcoming Events

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Monday October 03,2016 12:00 AM
WiSE Child Care Grant Fall Deadline

Monday January 16,2017 12:00 AM
WiSE Support for Facilitating Diversity in Faculty Searches - Application Deadline

Wednesday March 15,2017 12:00 AM
Leadership Award for Students and Postdoctoral Scholars

Monday April 03,2017 12:00 AM
WiSE Undergraduate Research Experience β€” Researchers Application Deadline

Monday April 10,2017 12:00 AM
Merit Award for Current Doctoral Students

quote_leftThe initiatives of the WiSE program are making a vital difference in the lives of women at USC. This represents a crucial investment in the advancement of scientific fields and is essential to the continued academic momentum of our university.quote_right

- C.L. Max Nikias, USC President

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