Let's Talk About TAing
5-6:30PM, June 21, 2018
G22 Plant Sciences, Cornell University
Science on Tap!
7pm Wednesday, June 27th, 2018
Casita Del Polaris (1201 North Tioga Street)
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! Go here to see past topics!
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! Go here to see past events.
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!
Topics in Steminism: Women Preparing for Post-PhD Careers in STEM
"The Status of Women Scientists", Preparing for and Navigating the Job Market", "Women in STEM Careers Panel" & Exploring Critical and/or Feminist STEM Teaching and Research"
2017 Annual OISE Renaissance Ball
A celebration of diversity and inclusion, commemorating cultural and artistic explosion of expression with drinks, eats, music and dancing!
November 4, 2017
A dinner for faculty, postdocs, and graduate students to build solidarity among women and gender minorities across professional levels funded by our Campus Action Project Grant from the American Association of University Women.
June 9th, 2017
Bystander Intervention Workshop
"Implicit biases for gender in STEM: What can you do as a bystander?"
June 7, 2017
Intergroup Dialogue Project Special Session on:
"Social Justice in the Sciences"
FemSTEM Mentoring Program
Sponsored by the American Association for University Women undergraduates were matched with graduate mentors to empower women and gender minorities, particularly those who fall along multiple axes of diversity, to gain the kinds of skills necessary to succeed in STEM.
February - May, 2017
GWiS/MAC Peer Review Fellowship Session
Peer feedback on fellowships and personal statements from folks who have received fellowships in the past
October 12th, 2016