The Verna J. Kirkness program starts off at First Nations University in Regina!
Application period for ICAN-WISE Scholarship is now closed.
IUPAC hosts a Global Breakfast at locations across the globe! Four prairies cities are participating: find an event in Winnipeg, Saskatoon, Calgary, and Edmonton!
The Farm and Food Discovery Centre is holding a reception and launch party for a new series of videos highlighting the work of Manitoba women in agriculture.
The Agriculture Mentorship Program holds its second mentorship event – a craft night!
WISE Kid-Netic Energy is hosting Go Code Girl – a free event for girls in grades 7-9 to explore computer science and digital literacy.
Canadian Natural Sciences & Engineering (NSE) Workplace Climate Survey results are now available for Atlantic Canada
Annemieke Farenhorst presented a panel discussion at the Canadian Association for Graduate Studies Conference on the topic of “An Inclusive Environment for a Diverse Population of Women in STEM”
Agriculture Mentorship Program begins. 44 mentors and 22 students will participate this year!
Delaney Lothian, the 2018 ICAN-WISE Scholarship Winner, has submitted her update for Weeks 9-14 of her research project.
Student sponsorship is available for the Advancing Women in Agriculture Conference in Niagara Falls 2019. Application due August 15, 2018.
Application for the 2017-2018 Agriculture Mentorship Program is now open – apply as a mentor or mentee.
Canadian Natural Sciences & Engineering (NSE) Faculty workplace climate survey results. An in-depth survey of how academics in science and engineering units at five universities in the Prairies experience their workplace environment.
The CWSE-Prairies presented at CCWESTT in Edmonton – students’ perceptions of underrepresentation in STEM (Danielle Saj), and division of academic labour in STEM (Jennifer Dengate)