Women in Science and Engineering Program (University of Michigan) Records

 


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Women in Science and Engineering Program (University of Michigan) Records

Abstract:
Established in 1980 as part of the Center for Continuing Education of Women (now CEW+), the Women in Science and Engineering Program (WISE) has sought to increase the number of women who major in and seek advanced degrees in mathematics, science, and technical fields. WISE has offered internships, resource guides, programming, and the Warner-Lambert lecture series towards this goal. In addition to supporting women at the collegiate level, WISE offers a variety of K-12 programs for students of any gender identity, although they are primarily aimed at women and girls. The materials in Deep Blue include audio recordings and transcripts from the Women's History in Michigan Science and Engineering Oral History Project as well as photographs, videos, presentations, and other material related to WISE programming efforts.

This Deep Blue collection forms part of a larger Women in Science and Engineering (WISE) Program record group held at the Bentley Historical Library. For additional archival material related to WISE see the Women in Science and Engineering Program records finding aid

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