Women studying science and math at William Paterson University have been invited to attend the second annual intercollegiate Scientista Symposium 2015, which will be hosted by Microsoft in their New York City office. The Scientista Foundation is the largest network for campus women in STEM, with chapters and affiliates at more than 15 universities across the country and internationally.
For more information about the conference, including early registration discount, please take a look at the symposium website: http://www.scientistafoundation.com/symposium-2015.html
The Women's Center Mission
As part of the Division of Student Development, The Women’s Center works to expand the understanding of gender issues, empower students to explore options in their lives, and motivate the campus community toward greater involvement in these issues as leaders, allies, and agents of change.
Working collaboratively with on and off campus services and programs, The Women’s Center strives to support women’s equity and achievement toward intellectual, professional, and personal goals; participate in the formulation and review of campus policies, procedures, and programs relating to gender equity; and enhance students’ lives through programs addressing the diverse backgrounds and experiences of all people.
The Women's Center Vision
The Women’s Center envisions a University campus where individuals of all genders, sexual orientations, physical and mental abilities, and racial and ethnic identities are respected and valued; where the community works collectively for diversity and inclusion and against inequity, injustice, and violence; and where all individuals feel safe, supported and empowered to pursue their intellectual, professional, and personal goals.
Revised June, 2013