Overcoming barriers

to advance women in STEM careers nationwide

Equipping women

with the skills needed to navigate bias, inequity or discrimination in the workforce

Applying a case study approach

proven to develop analytical and problem-solving skills

Addressing a national priority

to grow and diversify the STEM workforce


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The NAVIGATE Project, supported by a National Science Foundation Research Traineeship award in the Innovations of Graduate Education Track, aims to increase women STEM graduates who persist in their chosen disciplines, and achieve leadership roles.

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Now Accepting Applications

Dominique Hickson, computer science student.

Apply today for the NAVIGATE Project, a FREE 12-month NSF-funded training program based at UB:

● Learn how to effectively navigate gender bias, inequity and discrimination in the workforce

● Attend a free retreat and workshop featuring invited speakers

● Meet other UB STEM female graduate students and faculty

Apply now for NAVIGATE>