Opportunities for mentoring, cross-discipline collaboration, community building, advancing leadership, living-learning communities, career exploration, professional skills development and role model engagement
WiSTEM undergraduate programs focus on strengthening STEM identity, creating a sense of belonging and increasing self-efficacy for STEM undergraduate students. These three areas of focus are directly linked to increased undergraduate retention/persistence, graduation rates, advancement to graduate school and persistence in the workforce.
Immersive, year-long program where up to 152 first-year STEM undergraduate students live together in a tight-knit, interdisciplinary residential community with peer coach and resident assistant support
500+ STEM undergraduate students learn about STEM career and company opportunities and pathways through facilitated STEM role model and industry representative connection; includes fall and spring networking dinners, workshops and meet-ups
Virtual experience for 500+ STEM undergraduate students to earn professional skills and STEM skills-building digital microcredentials in a virtual learning environment and explore career pathways with STEM role models