There are many opportunities for WISE women to get involved in with WISE, elsewhere on campus and in the community, including conferencese, community service, K-12 Outreach, leadership, mentoring, study abroad, workshops, etc. Below is information on some of those opportunities:
Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) - FREEDM Systems Center
Supported by NSF core funding and institutional cost share, the FREEDM Systems Center will offer a significant number of REU positions at all partner universities to support undergraduate research. REU participants will be paired with a faculty advisor and will join the faculty member's research team. Each participant will have a predetermined individual research project, chosen during the selection process, and will be responsible for completing the project within the allotted time. The positions are open to undergraduates who are US Citizens or permanent residents. Women and members of underrepresented minority populations are encouraged to apply.
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Date and Loaction to be announced!
10th Annual Women in Leadership and Development (WILD) Conference, a collaborative effort among Triangle-area colleges for female students designed to inspire, develop, and empower a diverse community of collegiate women as leaders by teaching relevant skills, creating networking opportunities, recognizing and challenging structural barriers, and encouraging self-reflection.
North Carolina School of Science and Math Mentoring
WISE Sophomores and Juniors- please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in mentoring.
CSLEPS Helping Others With Leadership and Service (HOWLS)
Friday, September 25th, 2009 - 4-9pm
Expanding Your Horizons (EYH) is a conference designed to expose sixth and seventh grade girls in NC to successful role models in the science, engineering and mathematics fields. The conference is scheduled for TBA (note that this is during NCSU's Spring Break). Volunteers are needed! If you'd like to volunteer, e-mail the WISE Director.