Check out what’s happening at WiSER. All our events are open to the public, unless otherwise specified. We work with our sponsors and partners to ensure that the events are accessible to everyone — most of our events are free of charge to the community.
You’re telling me WiSER has a Women in STEM themed Virtual Scavenger Hunt? Count me IN!
The WiSER x UA-WiSE Mentorship Program is an opportunity to connect mentors with mentees in STEM to foster professional development. Click here to learn more!
WiSER is pleased to announce the new Executive Team for 2021-2022 – Stay tuned to see more of what they have to offer!
Do you want to learn how to create engaging data dashboards? Start your Data Science Journey with WiSER’s Data Science 101 series.
A year later, what have we done? Another year coming, exciting plans have just begun!
This event will cover an introduction and basic overview of Tableau.
This is a 2-Day Machine Learning (ML) workshop which enables participants to work on interdisciplinary ML applications.
Support women and under-represented individuals in STEM. You can help us fulfill our mandate.
Start your Data Science Journey with WiSER’s Data Science 101 series.
Personal Branding is the difference between “Who are you?” and “Thank you for being here” in your career.
Back by popular demand, WiSER is hosting 2 more improvisation workshops this year!
Our biggest event of the year is back! Get Insight, get connected, and get inspired. If you missed the keynote presentation, you can watch the recording on Facebook Watch.
To celebrate the end of Science Literacy Week, WiSER executives have shared their personal favorites of science books and science communicators.
In celebration of WinSTEM Week, a week to celebrate and raise awareness of women in STEM fields, WiSER and WISEST (Women in Scholarship, Engineering, Science and Technology) are teaming up to bring you a virtual screening of “Picture a Scientist!”
Over the past five years, the program has benefited over 100 individuals who were interested in or working in STEM fields.
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