Association of Computing Machinery – Women’s Chapter (ACM-W)
ACM-W supports, celebrates, and advocates internationally for the full engagement of women in all aspects of the computing field, providing a wide range of programs and services to ACM members and working in the larger community to advance the contributions of technical women. For more information on the Mines student chapter, please email faculty advisor, Wendy Fisher (email@example.com).
Multicultural Engineering Program (MEP)
MEP was established in 1989 to recruit, retain, and graduate African American, Asian American, Native American, and Hispanic undergraduate students. Domestic students that are underrepresented ethnically and racially comprise over 16% of the student population at Mines.
Society of Women in Geoscience (SWIG)
SWIG’s purpose is building a strong and supportive community through networking and mentorship. For more information, contact faulty advisor, Whitney Trainor-Guitton (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Society for Women in Mathematics (SWiM)
SWiM is a student chapter of the Association for Women in Mathematics. SWiM is a community created to support women in mathematics at Mines. If you are interested in joining contact faculty advisor, Deb Carney (email@example.com).
Society of Women in Physics (SWiP)
SWiP promotes career development of women in physics while providing a welcoming support network. The group aims to enhance the experience of women working in the department through increased interaction with peers, mentors, and role models. If you are interested in joining or want more information, please email faculty advisor, Kristine Callan (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Women in Mining (WiM)
The Women in Mining Organization strives to promote educational opportunities for all students interested in working in the minerals industry regardless of gender. Our goal is to institute and promote educational, scientific, and other programs that foster public awareness of the economic and technical interrelationship of mineral production with our economy and the public good. We also promote women involvement in the mineral resource and related industries by providing network opportunities and field trips to operating mines. Please email faculty advisor, Sebnem Duzgun (email@example.com) with any questions.
Women in MME, ML, and Nuclear (WiMMN)
WiMMN provides a support network, professional development opportunities, an social activities for female graduate students in Metallurgical and Materials Engineering, Materials Science, and Nuclear degree programs. All graduate women in these programs are invited to attend WiMMN events and meetings. For more information contact faculty advisor, Corinne Packard (firstname.lastname@example.org).WOAA
Women of Aeronautics and Astronautics (WOAA)
WOAA strives to provide support, empowerment, and networking opportunities for women and other minorities in the aerospace field. Based on the pillars of technical development, professional development, outreach, and chapter expansion, students, faculty, and industry partners work together to develop events and opportunities which benefit our aerospace community. For more information on the Mines student chapter, please email WOAA chair, Taryn Tucker. (email@example.com)
Women Graduate Student Programs
Women’s Graduate Forum (WGF)
The WISEM Program sponsors two Graduate Women’s Forum luncheons each academic year. Gatherings address academic and professional development topics, as well as provide an opportunity for women graduate students to meet other students and faculty members.
Women Graduate Students (WGS)
WISEM sponsors breakfast and social meetings for all women graduate students each semester. The meetings include social, networking, and professional development opportunities. WGS is a great opportunity for women graduate students to meet students outside their departments and connect around interests and experiences. Faculty advisors: Dr. Katie Johnson (firstname.lastname@example.org). For meeting dates or more information contact Kelly Knechtel (email@example.com).