The Center for the Study of Women, Science and Technology (WST) at Georgia Tech promotes the recruitment, retention, and advancement of female students and faculty in science, technology, engineering and, math (STEM) fields.
The WST Center welcomes faculty, staff, and students interested in issues of gender, science, and technology in research and programmatic initiatives. Our many activities and initiatives include:
- Annual WST Distinguished Lecture
- WST undergraduate-faculty research partnerships
- Mentoring residents of the WST Learning Community
- Volunteer service with GEMS (Girls Excelling in Math and Science)
- Workshops on research collaboration
- Faculty career development
Please explore our website to learn more about WST and the many ways we influence the success of women in science and technology.
Fiona Murray, the David Sarnoff Professor of Management of Technology and the Faculty Director, Martin Trust Center for MIT Entrepreneurship at MIT, will present the 2014 Women, Science, and Technology (WST) Distinguished Lecture, an annual event sponsored by the Center for the Study of Women, Science, and Technology. Professor Murray's lecture will be co-sponsored by the Scheller College of Business and the College of Sciences at Georgia Tech. A reception will follow.
Ms. Marlit Hayslett serves as the founding director of the Georgia Tech Research Institute’s Office of Policy Analysis and Research (OPAR) in Atlanta, Georgia. She will discuss her education and career during dinner as well as her service in the Peace Corps.
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