|WISE Moving to Waters Hall in Fall 2016|
|WISE will be permanently relocating in August 2016 from Sellery Hall to Waters Hall. Although we are unable to offer tours of WISE due to renovations happening this summer in Waters Hall, we welcome the opportunity to share further information about the program. Please email WISE@housing.wisc.edu for additional questions. We will once again be offering tours at the beginning of the Fall semester.|
The Women in Science and Engineering (WISE) residential learning community is a stimulating environment, where motivated women interested in science, technology, engineering, or math make strong academic and personal connections with each other as well as UW-Madison staff and faculty who share their interests. As a WISE resident, you will benefit from having a personal academic and social network within the setting of a large research university. WISE participants often develop mentoring relationships with faculty members and Madison-area professionals as well as meaningful friendships with each other.
WISE residents participate in a variety of events each year including lab and research tours, plays and concerts, as well as a yearly trip to Chicago. These events are filled with opportunities to network with professionals in the STEM fields, while also discovering a variety of interests and topic areas with your peers. WISE residents benefit from personal, academic and social networks designed to help them take advantage of all that a large research university offers. Residents also enjoy the sisterhood they feel in living on a floor of exclusively female residents within a large coed residence hall.
Contact: Ann Haase-Kehl (Program Coordinator)
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