Women in STEM Cooperative

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The UB Women in STEM Cooperative (WiSC) was established in 2013 by an interdisciplinary coalition of women volunteers from across the University at Buffalo who pooled our resources together to benefit other women in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). Our mission is to bridge the STEM gender gap through cultural inclusion and educational opportunity. Learn more about WiSC.

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2017-2018:

STEM THE NEXT 10 YEARS: HELPING STEM STUDENTS THRIVE SERIES

Innovation in Higher Education

INNOVATION IN HIGHER EDUCATION RECORDING


October 11, 2017

Lynne A. Molter, ScD, Swarthmore College
Julia Thom Levy, PhD, Cornell University
Elisabeth Etopio, PhD, University at Buffalo
Richard Lamb, PhD, University at Buffalo

Perspectives on Institutional Change

Perspectives on Institutional Change


November 8, 2017

Nancy Shapiro, PhD, University System of Maryland
Renetta Tull, PhD, University of Maryland, Baltimore County
Amy Godert, PhD, Cornell University
Letitia Thomas, PhD, University at Buffalo

Learning Spaces

Learning Spaces


January 10, 2018

Jeanne L. Narum, Learning Spaces Collaboratory
Xin Li, Associate University Librarian, Cornell University
Camille Andrews, Emerging Literacies Libraries, Cornell University
Rebecca Rotundo, MA, University at Buffalo
Lisa Stephens, PhD, Office of the SUNY Provost

Wrap Up

Wrap Up


March, 20, 2018

Cathy Middlecamp, PhD, University of Wisconsin- Madison
Patrice Prusko, PhD, Cornell University
Letitia Thomas, PhD, University at Buffalo