This year’s conference theme: A Shared Experience
Greetings from the Chair!
Forty years ago when I was an undergraduate, I found myself to be the only female in all of my advanced physics classes; it is not surprising as I was the third female in the history of the college to receive a BS in physics.
Today's women have a stronger and growing representation in technical fields. Yet, we are still in the minority, and it is not uncommon to feel alone and without a community. The 2017 WISE conference will bring together all who support women in STEM fields to share, experience, and celebrate as a community.
WISE embraces the 2017 Texas State University Plan and is guided by its shared collection of values: a diversity of people and ideas, a spirit of inclusiveness, a global perspective, and a sense of community as essential conditions for campus life. The 2017 WISE conference highlights a vital piece of this diversity – women in science and engineering – and we invite you to join us for a day of inspiration and community.
Hope to see you there!
Dr. Susan Holtz
Chair, 2017 WISE Conference
For inquiries regarding the 2017 WISE conference, please contact me!
|Joyce Anderson||Physics||Texas State|
|Glynda Betros||Mathematics||Texas State|
|Wendi David||Chemistry||Texas State|
|Caitlin Gabor||Biology||Texas State|
|Mary Beth Harper||Biology||Texas State|
|Jennifer Irvin||Chemistry||Texas State|
|Jennifer Jensen||Geography||Texas State|
|Maureen Lemke||Biology||Texas State|
|Lucy Lu||Computer Science||Texas State|
|Aparajita Sengupta||Physics||Texas State|
|Yihong Chen||Ingram School of Engineering||Texas State|
|Heather Galloway||Physics||Texas State|
|Dana Garcia||Biology||Texas State|
|Clara Novoa||Ingram School of Engineering||Texas State|
|Susan Romanella||College of Science & Engineering||Texas State|
|Toni Sauncy||Physics||Texas Lutheran University|
|Alejandra Sorto||Mathematics||Texas State|
|BJ Spencer||Engineering Technology||Texas State|