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Women in Chemical Engineering

Women in Chemical Engineering (WChE) was founded in January of 2016 with the primary purpose of educating, empowering, and advocating for women in chemical engineering, and their supporters, by providing a safe and open space for dialogue, mentorship, collaboration, camaraderie, and skill building through professional development, community networking, and outreach to primary, secondary, and post-secondary institutions. We are a group of undergraduate, graduate, faculty and professional women in chemical engineering, as well as male allies. We are a tight-knit community that supports diversity and strives for excellence in our field.

Check out more for events and ways to get involved at www.wcheuw.com

Interested in starting a WChE site at your university? Please contact Elizabeth at eanance@uw.edu for information and our "How to get started" guide.

Math Academy

The College of Engineering Math Academy helps students develop the math and problem-solving skills necessary to succeed in engineering and exposes students to a variety of examples of engineering in practice. Open to all students from Washington state, the Math Academy especially targets underrepresented minorities in engineering including African American, Latino, Native American, Pacific Islander and female students. The Nance lab has provided Math Academy workshops focused on nanotechnology since 2015.

Check out this awesome program! https://www.engr.washington.edu/future/k12/mathacademy

STEMM Prep Project with the Distance Learning Center

DLC STEMM Prep Project is a vehicle for producing multiple generations of minority researchers in Science, Technology, Engineering, Math, and Medicine (STEMM). The STEMM Prep Project is a unique training paradigm, which utilizes an early start model for a national pool of minority high achievers, a longitudinal training continuum (10 years) and a multi-institutional mentorship approach. Students begin the training program as early as 7th grade and continue through college while rotating during summers through collaborating institutions' labs. The UW hosts students in their 11th and 12th grade rotations, and the Nance lab has been fortunate enough to work with some amazing young and inspirational minds through this program.

For more information about the DLC, founded by Dr. Moses Williams, go to: http://thedistancelearningcenter.org/

The Nance Lab

Department of Chemical Engineering
University of Washington
Box 351750
3781 Okanogan Lane NE 
Seattle, WA, 98195-1750


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