Why is STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) significant for women?
Not only is STEM vitally important to keeping America globally competitive, we do not have enough people working in STEM to meet the demand. The STEM field needs a bigger workforce: women need to be a major part of it. More about Women in STEM.
Making WAVEs (Women Academics Valued and Engaged in STEM)
Making Waves (Women Academics Valued and Engaged in STEM) is designed to promote an institutional environment that supports STEM faculty from underrepresented groups to achieve their highest potential.
- Also, read more about associate-led projects.