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Effective planning for all-electric passenger vehicle technologies

Published: Mar 11th, 2016

WiSE Member Spotlight: Ria Kontou, PhD student in Civil and Coastal Engineering Decoupling personal mobility from gasoline and encouraging the operation of alternative fuel vehicles can overall contribute to reaching… Read More

Contribute to the WiSE blog

Published: Jan 29th, 2016

We are a community of women in science and engineering at UF, and we do amazing things! Let’s share our research, professional successes, opinions on current events, and highlights of… Read More

“So you don’t want to be a professor?” A recap of the WiSE fall panel.

Published: Jan 27th, 2016

This Fall our WiSE Panel discussion topic was “So You Don’t Want to be a Professor?” – Exploring Other Career Paths in Science. We felt that the road to becoming… Read More

“We are in fact unequal”

Published: Oct 25th, 2015

WiSE will host a WiSE Up event on Thursday October 29th at The Midnight in downtown Gainesville. The topic for this month’s discussion; a letter to the editor written by Jared… Read More

WiSE Student Awards

Published: Sep 14th, 2015

WiSE Student Awards Each year, WiSE presents two awards to outstanding WiSE members who exemplify our dual mission of service within WiSE and participation in outreach beyond WiSE & UF. The… Read More

Little creature, big impact: How oyster feeding sustains Florida’s coasts

Published: May 18th, 2015

Member spotlight – Carrie Schuman, PhD student in Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences Oysters at first glance are not beautiful. However, these shellfish are one of the multi-taskers of the coastal… Read More

Member Spotlight – Alison Trachet, PhD candidate

Published: Mar 30th, 2015

The science of ceramics The familiar adage “in the blink of an eye” indicates something that happens very quickly.  Just how long does it take to blink?  Researchers have measured… Read More

Science in the seagrass

Published: Dec 10th, 2014

WiSE Member Spotlight: Savanna Barry – PhD candidate, Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences Seagrass meadows provide several irreplaceable functions, including reducing erosion of shorelines, improving water clarity, and providing extensive habitat for… Read More

Free student membership to AWIS and internship opportunities

Published: Dec 10th, 2014

UF became an institutional partner of the Association for Women in Science (AWIS), the largest multi-disciplinary organization for women in STEM dedicated to achieving equity and full participation of women in all… Read More

WiSE Fall Panel 2014 Recap – Building Your Personal Board of Directors

Published: Dec 1st, 2014

by Savanna Barry Thank you to everyone that made this year’s panel a success – especially our panelists! Shirley Baker, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences Robin Boughton, Wildlife… Read More