Science on Tap! -go here for facebook event-
7pm Wednesday, July 31st, 2019
Casita Del Polaris (1201 North Tioga Street)
Melisa DeGroot - "Small but mighty: why we use worms to study how cells work"
Dr. Ana Marie Porras - "Science's next top models: Engineering living tissues in the laboratory."
May 3rd - May 4th @ Cornell Vet School
Join GWiS and 500 Women Scientists at a retreat for gender equity in science.
You'll meet new friends, build skills, and make plans for positive change in your community.
Spring General Assembly
May 7th 5-6 PM @ Emerson 133
Have you been wanting to become more involved with GWiS? Nominations for the 2019-2020 leadership positions are officially open! Nominations will close the evening of May 7th, and you can cast your votes digitally from May 8th through May 14th. At the Spring General Assembly, you will meet current GWiS leaders, discuss the future of GWiS, and eat dinner!
Workshop Series: Scientific Illustrations
May 9th 4-7 PM @ Mann Library 100
Take a break from grading or studying to practice drawing in a low-key space! Join scientific illustrators Megan Bishop and Jessica French for a workshop where we’ll focus on visual observation skills and drawing fundamentals, including proportion and shading. Drawing supplies and refreshments provided. Since Bishop and Jessica will be working with us one-on-one, space is limited to the first 15 respondents! Register to attend the workshop here.
On Going Events
On The Menu
An informal, inclusive, and safe discussion space held monthly at lunchtime to chat, relate, commiserate, and strategize. Contact us to get involved, suggest topics or get involved!
Science on Tap
Our monthly public seminar series on a variety of science topics.
A myriad of activities to provide fun activities and to build solidarity among women and gender minorities in STEM. Have an idea for a social event? Contact us!
Science Communications Training Program for Graduate Students and Postdocs
A yearly program to train advanced graduate students and postdocs in science communication while providing platforms to practice and gain confidence (e.g. radio interviews and public Science on Tap talks).
Free Science Workshop
Volunteer to provide equitable access to science - something all people deserve! To find out how to volunteer contact our partner and program director, Claire Fox!
Discussions of feminist books with a focus on intersectionality. Go here to see past book discussions.