Wesleyan Women in Science

http://wesleyanargus.com/2014/02/27/wesleyan-women-in-science/

Shannon H. did some research and found out about a student group at Wesleyan University called Women in Science. The article discusses how they are attempting to address the issues of gender inequality in order to have a community of students and faculty supporters, and to have networking and workshop opportunities available for the people of all scientific interests and backgrounds.

I wonder how they compare to GradWISE at UCSD?

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About Marisa R. Brandt

Always thinking about how cultural meaning-making and knowledge-production go hand-in-hand. I completed my Ph.D. in Communication and Science Studies at UCSD in May 2013. My dissertation, War, Trauma, and Technologies of the Self: The Making of Virtual Reality Exposure Therapy, is a biography of a virtual reality system called Virtual Iraq/Afghanistan which was designed to aid therapists in making their war veteran patients re-experience their traumatic experiences in order to overcome them. I am also a freelance writer, editor, and comics creator, a homebody and an adventurer. I care a lot about people and things.
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