Welcome to the Central Arizona Chapter of AWIS
AWIS Membership is open to all individuals — both women and men –
Membership at the national level provides many benefits such as:
- Receipt of AWIS Magazine, our award-winning magazine
- Networking through chapters and social media
- Access to career development tools such as STEMinars
- Discounts on AWIS products
- eNewsletters such as the Washington Wire and AWIS in Action
- Career support through job and resume postings on the website
The Central Arizona chapter, housed at Arizona State University, is dedicated to providing support and inspiration for the advancement of women in science by building a community through networking, mentoring and continuing education. We host regular luncheons, workshops, symposia, outreach events and informal gatherings which offer members the opportunity to interact with other STEM professionals and to provide inspiration to future scientists. This year ASU became an institutional partner which allows students to register for free and receive the benefits of a regular National AWIS member. To register as a student collegiate member under the ASU Institutional Partnership use this direct link: http://awis.org/asu. We invite you to become of this exciting organization by joining AWIS-CAZ. For more information contact us.
The focus of this year’s symposium is the Business of Science. We have three great speakers coming from the Academic, Industry and Entrepreneurial areas of STEM business. Lunch will be provided. Registration is required. Click here for more information.
2013 AWIS-CAZ Fall Newsletter
Read the AWIS-CAZ newsletter to learn more about the 2013 Jumpstarting STEM Careers (JSC) Symposium and Hands on Science event that occurred this past spring as well as the events planned for the upcoming 2013-2014 academic year. Again this year we will have our monthly Luncheon Seminar Series with topics focused on career development, seminars specifically for undergraduate students (i.e. STEM Internships), social events to increase networking and promote mentorship, as well outreach events to encourage future scientists and connect to other STEM professionals throughout the state. To find out more, check out the Fall 2013 Newsletter.