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​​​​​​WISE works along the K-16+ and into the workforce pipeline to support the entry, persistence, and success of female-identifying students in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). All programs are offered free of charge to students and include weekly coding classes for middle and high school students; a one-on-one mentorship program that pairs UArizona students with STEM professionals; an annual professional-development and networking symposium; and a for-credit internship program focused on diversifying the environmental sciences and local environmental workforce.  WISE also engages in institutional research aimed at better understanding the barriers that inhibit female student success in STEM fields.

Visit the WISE website here.



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