Join the WISE Book Club!
Women in Science and Engineering (WISE) is hosting a Book Club for students to explore how STEM can better the world with a combination of skill, drive, and commitment to justice at the intersection of gender, race, and socioeconomic status. We encourage students from across schools and majors to join us.
We will read "What The Eyes Don't See" by local hero Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha, an inspirational,
fascinating, and sometimes harrowing account of the Flint Water Crisis from the scientist who risked her career going public with research on lead blood levels in Flint's children. You will get a free copy of the book!
Our small group sessions are hosted by upper-class and graduate women in STEM and WISE staff to facilitate discussion. We will meet five times for one hour each. You will sign up for the day and time that works best for you in the weeks of January 4, 2021 - February 5, 2021.
This experience easily translates to your resume or job interviews. You will:
- Set team dynamics around difficult conversations
- Work collaboratively in a small group setting to discuss and promote diversity, equity, and inclusion
- Work with peer mentors to build an intentional community of women that prioritize social justice in STEM
Complete this form by December 1st to get a physical book. The book club is first come, first served. We will let you know as soon as possible if you will be able to participate.
What is your first name?
What is your last name?
What is your uniqname?
What is your anticipated major?
In what school or college are you enrolled? Choose all that apply.
Music, Theater, and Dance
Would you prefer a digital or hard copy of What The Eyes Don't See? (Note- we cannot ship internationally. If you are abroad, please select a digital copy)
I do not need a copy of the book
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