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WISEatlantic aims to shift gendered STEM stereotypes. We empower girls to consider Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM)-based careers by raising their awareness of the diversity of jobs within these fields, and enabling them to visualize themselves working in these fields. WISEatlantic also supports early career women in STEM through professional development and networking opportunities.

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For: Women in SETT/Professionals

New! CWSE Network Website

We’re excited to announce that the NSERC National Network of NSERC Chairs for Women in Science and Engineering has officially launched a website!

If you’re looking for more information on the Network or any of the individual Chair programs, this is the place to go. You’ll also find resources created by the Network or Chair programs, upcoming events, important announcements and more!

You can visit the new site at: https://stem-inclusion-stim.ca/

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Canadian research survey for Black university students and postdocs in STEMM

Dr. Tamara Franz-Odendaal from Mount Saint Vincent University, the Canadian Black Scientists Network, and Canada Research Chair Dr. Jennifer Adams, are studying the experiences of Black university students and postdocs in STEMM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math, and Medicine/Health Sciences) in Canada.

The survey takes 20-40 minutes to complete, and eligible participants will be entered into a draw for a $25 Amazon gift card (1 drawn for every 50 respondents). Want to participate? You can fill out the survey here: https://questionnaire.simplesurvey.com/f/l/CBSNsurvey 

This study has been reviewed and approved by the Mount Saint Vincent Research Ethics Board (REB 2021-013)

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Science Literacy Week 2021

To celebrate Science Literacy Week 2021, WISEatlantic partnered with the Tantallon Public Library for a virtual workshop.

This year’s theme was climate, so we brought in Dr. Aldona Wiacek to present her research on air quality and its relation to our environment. Following her talk, participants learned how to tackle the abundance of fake news out there on important topics, including climate change. The workshop introduced those in attendance to various ways of recognizing fake news before putting their fact-checking skills to the test in a Science Communication activity on the topic.

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Being an LGBTQ2S+ Ally: Tips for Faculty
For: Women in SETT/Professionals

Being an LGBTQ2S+ Ally: Tips for Faculty

We’ve put together some helpful tips for faculty on how they can be better allies to the LGBTQ2S+ community.

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Spotlight Series Organizations
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Spotlight Series Organizations

Over the past couple months we have been highlighting STEM organizations right here in Atlantic Canada. It was important to us to highlight organizations that strive for STEM inclusion for equity deserving groups. Here is a reference document with all all of the organizations we have featured and their contact information!

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Tips for Enhancing EDI in University Administration
For: Women in SETT/Professionals

Tips for Enhancing EDI in University Administration

This document features 10 tips on enhancing EDI within university administration. It was developed by the Chair for Women in Science and Engineering -Prairie Region.

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