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STEM Mentoring Program for Women Grows with AT&T Support

A UT Dallas mentorship program designed to support young women exploring careers in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) continues to grow, thanks to industry partnerships. The University’s Young Women in Science and Engineering (YWISE) Investigators program recently partnered with the AT&T Foundry in Plano to give about 80 high school students, their college mentors and 10 teachers a guided tour of the facility. As part of the event, AT&T presented a gift of $20,000 to the program...Read more

Young WISE Students Win Scholarships in Program Research Contest

Team SonsarP's "Project FindIt" won first place in the Young Women in Science and Engineering Investigators program. From left: mentor Katie Pier BS'09, MS'10, an applications engineer at Texas Instruments, and participants Pamela Hernandez and Sonia Torres, both juniors at Irma Rangel Women's Leadership School. Not pictured is Sara Mike, an Irma Rangel junior who also was on the team...Read more

Winners named in Inaugral Research Program

From left to right: Neha Malloli, YWISEI Graduate Assistant; Dr. Magaly Spector, Vice President for the Office of Diversity and Community Engagement; Rabina Mainali, sophomore at Hillcrest High School (1st Place-$3,000); Irma Puga Lule, junior at Irma Range Young Women's Leadership School (3rd Place- $1,000; Jazmin Tule, junior at Irma Range Young Women's Leadership School (2nd Place- $2,000); Narcely Ruiz, Assistant Director, Galerstein Women’s Center....Read more