Women in Science and Engineering
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.
Talks: 12:00 pm TBA Kelly Deweese, PhD student in Molecular Biology 12:30 pm "Exploring the microbiome: A closer look at giant kelp" Melisa Osborne, PhD…Find out more »
WiSE faculty reflecting on the origins of the USC Women in Science and Engineering (WiSE) Program - what worked, what didn’t - and looking forward to…Find out more »
Speaker Samantha (McVety) Bishop B.S., Environmental Engineering, USC, 2018 Current: NSF Graduate Research Fellow in Environmental Engineering, Stanford University Abstract: We’re in a time…Find out more »
- Meet our STEM Bytes speakers for Fall 2020. Register now! September 24: Register Here September 30: Register Here October 6: Register Here October 21: Register Here November 5: […]
- Alice Parker, Dean’s Professor of Electrical Engineering at USC, co-edited the newly released book Women in Microelectronics. Click the button below to read now. About […]
- Congratulations to Smaranda Marinescu on being recognized by the 2021 ACS National Awards as the winner of the Harry Gray Award for Creative Work in Inorganic Chemistry by […]
- Congratulations to Burçin Becerik-Gerber on being appointed as Dean’s Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering!
Ellis Meng Appointed Inaugural Holder of the Shelly and Ofer Nemirovsky Chair in Convergent BiosciencesOur warmest congratulations to Ellis Meng on being appointed as the inaugural holder of the Shelly and Ofer Nemirovsky Chair in Convergent Biosciences!