June 26, 2014
Carol Colatrella, LMC Professor, WST Co-Director, and Associate Dean for Graduate Studies and Faculty Affairs in Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts at Georgia Tech published an article about the university's initiatives in the May-June 2014 issue of Academe, a publication of the American Association of University Professors. The article can be viewed online at http://www.aaup.org/article/why-stem-students-need-gender-studies
March 7, 2013
The team of educators and volunteers contributing to Girls Excelling in Math and Science (GEMS) Club, a joint initiative sponsored by the Center for the Study of Women, Science, and Technology (WST) and Inman Middle School, an Atlanta Public School, will receive the 2013 Educational Partnership Award from Georgia Tech's Center for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning at the spring Georgia Tech Faculty Honors Lunch on April 10, 2013. The GEMS partnership includes WST Co-directors Mary Lynn Realff and Carol Colatrella; Georgia Tech students Mehran D'Souza (ISYE), Natalie Payne (BME), Mercedes Shannon (MGT), Lu Ling (BME), and Andrea Del Risco (ISYE); and Inman Middle School Principal Paula Herrema and 7th grade science teacher Candice Price.
October 1, 2012
Calling Georgia Tech faculty and students interested in WitsOn, an online pilot program
sponsored by Piazza and Harvey Mudd College that will run from October 1 to
November 9, 2012. WitsOn will connect undergraduate students pursuing STEM degrees
with female mentors from industry and academia who can speak from personal
experience about issues of particular concern to young women. Georgia Tech is a lead institution on the project.
August 10, 2012
WST has a new website, rolled out for fall 2012 term. Send notices of events and news items to email@example.com.
April 18, 2012
Dr. Mary Frank Fox, Co-Director, Center for Study of Women, Science and Technology, Georgia Institute of Technology speaks at the STEM Diversity US Higher Education Forum about STEM department chairs and their efforts to recruit and retain female and underrepresented minority STEM undergraduate students. Watch the forum at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cqowkZIZw9Y