WISE – Women Interested in STEM Education

Our new season begins. Our group has transitioned over the decade from a on “Why So Few Women in STEM” to help build yearlong outreach to support our Expanding Your Horizons event that lasted 27 years. Now we are a curiosity activity group for a members interested in STEM. This is our Yearbook Content for our members:

ur WISE group shares current research, outreach and advocacy related to science, technology, engineering, math and computer science. We will email information regarding upcoming activities and learning opportunities if you sign up for this group.

Ideas shared include:
Discussions on STEM related books you have read,
Host a speaker on a topic of your interest,
Visit the Katy ISD STEM center, Houston Public Library TechLink Center, and the Cannon Entrepreneurship Center,
Go on a field trip to the Eve Sculpture by Bridgette Mongeon,
Learn to tie a scarf or create a story website. Ours is aauwwsf.edublogs.org.

Our first activity will be a coffee at Rose Ennis’s home on Monday Sept. 12th at 10:00. We will discuss the book “Astrophysics for People in a Hurry” by Neil deGrasse Tyson. Please join us even if you have not read the book.

Thank you for your interest. For activity information please contact Rose Ennis, roseleennis@gmail.com. To join the communication email list write Karen North, knorth@me.com.