2018 Science and Engineering Excellence Award Nominations
Each year, the Women in Science and Engineering (WISE) Program at the University of Arizona honors campus and community leaders whose work exemplifies the mission and goals of WISE. The award winners are honored at the annual Science and Engineering Excellence Banquet, which will be held on April 25th, 2018, from 6-8pm. Nominations will be accepted through April 1 and award winners will be notified a minimum of 1 week before the event. Contact Jill Williams (
) with questions.
WISE Statement on Diversity and Intersectionality
The Women in Science and Engineering Program at the University of Arizona aims to increase interest and diversity in the fields of social and natural science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. Our work is driven by an intersectional approach that recognizes the multiple identities that individuals embody and that structure differential access to power and opportunity in our world. Addressing gender-based disparities in STEM fields and careers requires that we attend to the multiple and complex ways they intersect with disparities based on other forms of difference such as race, ability, sexuality, socio-economic status, and nationality. At WISE we believe that greater diversity produces better science and science better equipped to address the most pressing problems we face today. Through our work in the community and at the University of Arizona we aim to create STEM communities and programs that conform to and support Inclusive Excellence, the UA diversity and inclusiveness strategic initiative.
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Nominee Title and Affiliation
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Please indicate which award category you are nominating the person for.
Excellence in Campus-Community Outreach for STEM Diversity: This award honors an individual, group, or organization who works to build connections between UA students/faculty/staff and the larger southern Arizona community in the name of promoting diversity in STEM fields.
University Excellence in STEM Diversity: This award honors a member of the University of Arizona community (e.g., faculty, staff, researcher) who has gone above and beyond in encouraging interest and diversity in STEM fields at the UA.
Excellence in K-12 STEM Education and Inclusion: This award honors a K-12 educator who has actively worked to increase student interest and diversity in STEM fields in either formal or informal educational settings.
Excellence in STEM Diversity: This award honors, individuals, groups, or organizations who do not easily fit into one of the above categories but whose work aims to increase interest and diversity in STEM fields.
Please explain how this person or organization has contributed to increasing interest and diversity in STEM fields and why you believe they deserve this award. (maximum 500 words)
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