STEM Professional Development

KU-WiSTEMM Mentoring Program

After the success of the Spring 2017 program, the Emily Taylor Center for Women & Gender Equity reached out to JBB to develop a mentorship program for women in STEMM fields. From this, the KU-WiSTEMM Mentorship Program was created, an interdisciplinary program for diverse undergraduate and graduate women in STEMM fields. The program, which partners undergraduate women with graduate women mentors, focuses on providing resources, guidance, and support in order to enhance the personal, educational, and career skills that will help women in science excel in their STEMM careers at the University of Kansas and beyond.

Dr. Hannah Kinmonth-Schultz and BioKansas’ Dennis Ridenour kicking off the Fall 2018 STEM Professional Development…

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