Profiles highlighting the work and insight of women academic researchers throughout the Prairies, and a resource to aid in finding a mentor or collaborator.
A series of videos developed to both celebrate the diversity of women in science, and to bring attention to how university students experience change in their lives.
Women undergraduate students in agriculture are matched with professionals in their field to expand support networks and facilitate knowledge exchange for women in predominantly male fields.
Activities that bring science and engineering education to the public venue, and reach people where they are.
A university run farm for introducing youth to agriculture food systems and careers, featuring digital and interactive displays newly updated to increase the visibility of women in agriculture.
A forum for women leaders in engineering, science, trades, and technology to expand their networks, and engage in seminar and interactive workshops.
Sponsorship available for organizations hosting conferences and workshops that augment the work and reach of the CWSE National Network.
Leadership and skill-development workshops hosted at Universities across the prairies, aimed at early to mid-career women in SETT.
An opportunity for First Nations, Métis/Metis and Inuit students to meet and collaborate with academic role models in a week of research exploration at a University laboratory in a field of interest.
Resources created by the CWSE Chairs to draw awareness to everyday factors that impact women in STEM, such as unconscious bias, microaggressions, and gender stereotypes.
60 Grade 8 girls are teamed up with women engineers for a hands-on and high-energy design-build-test challenge, to learn about the field of engineering through collaboration and action.
An opportunity for Collaboration with outreach organizations in Manitoba and Saskatchewan to extend hands-on science learning to Indigenous youth in rural areas, First Nations reserves, and urban schools.
Grade 3-8 girls are exposed to a different area of science or engineering each Saturday and participate in fun activities, field trips, and guest visits, while fostering mentoring relationships with the club's student leaders.
A scholarship program enabling female undergraduate students to work on a summer research project with their science role model, facilitating mentorship relationships and research collaboration between women.