Networking Events

“A Celebration of Women in Science”

May 20, 2017

Join us in LSRC Love Auditorium (Rm B101) for a mini research symposium hosted by WiSE and the Research Triangle Chapter of Graduate Women In Science (GWIS).

The goals of this event are to build a local community of women in science by encouraging networking and to empower women in science by providing a supportive and encouraging environment in which you can present your science to a broader scientific audience.

The symposium will include a keynote presentation, short scientific talks, and a poster and networking reception with refreshments. Our hope is that this symposium will be an opportunity for people at all stages of their career and with projects at various levels of completion to be able to come and share their science with scientists outside their discipline, department or University.

Free Screening of CODE: Debugging the Gender Gap with Director Robin Hauser Reynolds

September 20, 2016

WiSE & Capital One are excited to invite you to a screening of CODE: Debugging the Gender Gap with Director Robin Hauser Reynolds. CODE documentary examines the reasons why more women and people of color are not seeking opportunities in computer science and explores how cultural mindsets, stereotypes, and educational hurdles and sexism all play roles in this national crisis.  Following the documentary, you’ll hear from a panel of industry professionals and have an opportunity to network with Capital One associates.

Tea with SWE at Washington Duke Inn

November 21, 2010

Come enjoy tea time with the undergraduate ladies of SWE. This is a great time to talk to them about why they should or should not pursue a graduate degree, and tips that you wish someone had given you as an undergraduate!

Morning Networking Event with AWIS

February 24, 2010

Any women working or studying in a field related to the sciences is welcomed.  Light refreshments and new opportunities will be provided!

Also, please consider joining the new Linked In group, AWIS RTP. They will be posting job opportunities, both local and national, local events, and discussions relevant to NC women in the sciences. Several new job postings are already up, and more events will be posted within the next few days.

WiSE-SWE Joint Lunch

October 30, 2009

The Society of Women Engineers (SWE) has put together a networking lunch to connect undergrads interested in engineering and related fields with graduate students in science and engineering. Come provide guidance to undergrads and eat a free Chipotle!

Women’s Networking Event at ScienceOnline’09

January 16, 2009

WiSE is partnering with ScienceOnline’09, a national science blogging conference, to host a Triangle-wide networking event for women scientists, engineers, educators, researchers, science writers, and students. This event also includes many of our local women’s groups and promises to be a networking extravaganza. Following a networking reception with free light eats and drinks, there will be a presentation by our guest speaker, Rebecca Skloot, a freelance science writer, contributing editor at Popular Science, and correspondent for PBS’s NOVA scienceNOW. Our goal in hosting this networking event is to bring together local women’s groups to support joint efforts in community outreach and to support communication of science information and ideas to the general public.

Women Chemists Networking Brunch

October 4, 2008

Come network with women chemists from across the Triangle! The American Chemical Society, Women Chemists Committee is organizing this brunch to gather together local chemists in academia, industry, and government. “Chemist” is defined at its most broadest, so come and broaden your network with academics and professionals! WiSE will sponsor the food for all Duke participants and will arrange carpools.