Updates

Diversity in STEM panel discussion

Join the Diversity and Inclusivity subgroup for a panel discussion tomorrow, Wednesday, April 5 form 5-6:30 in Steidle 401! Panelists include professors from Engineering, Meteorology, and Chemistry. Come with questions and learn about the importance of diversity in STEM fields!  

Another Diversity Mixer!

The next Diversity in Science mixer is this Thursday, March 30 from 4-6 pm on the bridge between the Chemistry Building and the Huck Institute. The Diversity and Inclusivity in Science subgroup holds mixers monthly, partnering with different departments across campus. This is a great opportunity to meet scientists from other departments!

Women in Science Profiles

WPSU Penn State’s Women in Science Profiles (WiSci Files) introduces viewers to five local women with diverse careers in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) fields through a series of short video profiles. The videos feature aspects of their personal and professional lives, aiming to dispel stereotypes about who STEM professionals are and what their lives are like. In addition to the videos, Read More…

Science policy and communication seminar and Q&A with Dr. Richard Alley!

On Wednesday March 1, our Science Policy and Science Communication subgroups will be hosting a seminar with Dr. Richard Alley, a glaciologist and climatologist from the Penn State Department of Geosciences. Richard is a member of the National Academy of Sciences and an AAAS Fellow. He has been engaging with legislators and advocating for science literacy for Read More…

Black History Month PSU Scholar Program

  The Black History Month PSU Scholar Program is hosted by the Penn State Alliance for Education, Science, Engineering and Development in Africa (AESEDA) and Department of African American Studies. There are panel discussions on three days (Feb. 16, 21, 22) highlighting the research of 12 faculty members of African descent. This is a great opportunity for students (both undergraduates Read More…

Call your representatives!

We Are For Science is holding a phone banking session TODAY in room 18 of the Deike building from 9-5. Stop by, make a call, and grab some coffee and donuts. If you aren’t on the University Park campus or can’t make it to the Deike building, here’s a pamphlet (pdf) with contact info and Read More…

January 31st All Hands Meeting

Presentation: PowerPoint Presentation Notes: Meeting goals: Elections:  Positions still to be filled – Fundraising team: consolidates funding needs of working groups into a unified budget, manages GoFundMe site Logo Design – Submit your logos to the organization Status of Coalition structure – need to be institutionalized to obtain funding Fundraising site in progress (GoFundMe) Working Read More…