Office for Women in Science and Engineering
The Office for Women in Science and Engineering (OWISE) has a goal of creating a culture of success for women in engineering and science. Housed in the Office of the Dean, the OWISE Office and programs aim to improve the climate, increase retention and provide professional development and leadership opportunities for engineering and science faculty and students.
The OWISE Office also administers the National Science Foundation ADVANCE PAID grant for the College of Engineering and Science and its ADVANCEing Faculty Program.
Louisiana Tech University's College of Engineering & Science is now a member of the National Center for Women and Information Technology Academic Alliance.
To learn more about issues affecting the success of women in engineering and science, check out this presentation on "Overcoming Bias."
The Mathematical Association of America (MAA) has featured Dr. Jenna Carpenter, the OWISE faculty sponsor, in the following video about the benefits of MAA membership.
The Association of Women in Science recently created a webinar series for their 40th anniversary. Dr. Jenna Carpenter, the OWISE faculty sponsor, is featured in two of the six webinar videos (embedded below).
Join us twice a month for College of Engineering and Science graduate student seminars that cover a variety of topics: writing papers and giving presentations, teaching tips, resumes and job interviews, professional communication, leadership, networking, negotiation, gender issues, and more! ALL GRADUATE STUDENTS ARE WELCOME - M.S., Ph.D., new, returning, male, female, engineering, math, science, computer science.
Meetings will be from 4:00-5:00 p.m. in the Biomedical Engineering Building, Room 157.
For more information about the OWISE Office, the ADVANCEing Faculty Program or any of the activities or programs, contact the OWISE Director, Dr. Jenna P. Carpenter, at (318) 257-2101 or email@example.com.