Welcome!

Women in Science aims to encourage females in the faculty of science by

  • providing a supportive and inclusive community,
  • showcasing the importance and value of women in science,
  • inspiring young women to pursue science, and
  • working to identify and eliminate barriers to female participation in science.

Stay in touch:

  1. Feb. 6, 2019Women in Science Celebration at the Grad House
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    Come out to our first social of the year celebrating Women in Science on Monday, February 11 at 4PM at the Grad House! There will be cake and food.

  2. Feb. 6, 2019Discussion Series: Big Kids on Big Problems
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    We are having biweekly discussions. Every 2nd week = different topic. Come out to chat, snack, warm up, or just hear what others have to say! We look forward to seeing you!

  3. Feb. 6, 2019Big Kids on Big Problems: Supervisor Discussion
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    Come out to our 2nd discussion topic on Monday, February 11 at 3pm in ESC102A. This week's discussion: Supervisors. Warm drinks and snacks will be served!

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  1. July 25, 2019Weekly Writting Cafe
    Poster for event.

    We will follow the Pomodoro technique: focused indivual work for 25 minutes followed by 5-minute breaks, with a bigger break after 2 hours (if needed).

    Bring your comuputer, notebook, pens, and whatever more uuou need to feel like you need to to feel like you can work and focus.

    Come prepared to briefly share your goals and what you are writting about wiwth others.

    Make new friends and bring old ones! Everyone is welcome.

  2. July 25, 2019Discussion Series - Femininty in Science
    Full list of Discussion Series for Summer 2019.

    Do you ever catch yourself dressing or acting different in fear of standing out amongst your peers? Why do we feel the need to suppress our femininity in the workplace? Why are we made to feel like femininity will affect our performance? Let's clear the air.

  3. Aug. 1, 2019Weekly Writting Cafe
    Poster for event.

    We will follow the Pomodoro technique: focused indivual work for 25 minutes followed by 5-minute breaks, with a bigger break after 2 hours (if needed).

    Bring your comuputer, notebook, pens, and whatever more uuou need to feel like you need to to feel like you can work and focus.

    Come prepared to briefly share your goals and what you are writting about wiwth others.

    Make new friends and bring old ones! Everyone is welcome.

All upcoming events

Last year we had:

3 Cheers to Science!

WiS favourites:

Galentine's Day

WiS favourites:

Trivia night!

Discussion with FemPhys:

Intersectional feminism

WiS favourites:

Study sesh and de-stress