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All these programs below support and welcome STEM folx with marginalized gender identities (womxn, womxn of color (WOC), Trans, gender non-conforming, non-binary folx, etc). The WRRC hopes to build a community where STEM folxs can support each other. If you have any questions, please email Amber Pulido at wrrc@ucdavis.edu or ampulido@ucdavis.edu.


STEM Cafe
-STEM Cafe is a free academic support program open to any student looking for help with math, coding, and science. We aim to create a fun, collaborative, academic support environment that centers support of folx with marginalized gender identities (womxn, WOC, Trans, gender non-conforming, non-binary folx, etc). This space is open to everyone and we encourage allies and advocates to participate as well.

Womxn in Science and Engineering (WiSE) Mentorship Program:
-WiSE is a developing program that establishes engineering and sciences as a place for marginalized identities (womxn, WOC, Trans, gender non-conforming, non-binary folx, etc) to reach their goals. Our programs for students focus on participating in their engineering and science education from the first year college through the graduate level. WiSE recruits participants and mentors in the fall quarter and use the Winter and Spring Quarter to meet and attend social planned and facilitated by the WRRC.

Womxn in STEM Week:
-This is a week in March dedicated to hosting interactive STEM-related workshops and promoting Womxn in STEM at the WRRC in North Hall.

Steminists in the Workforce Series:
-This event includes four discussions on communication, self-confidence, and work-life balance. Panelists, who are STEM Professionals, will encourage UC Davis womxn in STEM to celebrate their successes and also warn them about the hard lessons they learned from their own experiences. The four discussions will happen within the winter and spring quarter.
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