University of Galway Societies Societies WiSTEM
WiSTEM
Supporting women in University of Galway to achieve their full potential and promoting diversity in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM).
Committee Members
Auditor:Aoibhinn Kennelly
Secretary:Marie McDonnell
Treasurer:Aedín Horkan
Vice Auditor:√Čabha Maxwell Rankin
Social Media Officer :Aoibhe Kelly
Events Officer:Dinion Carton
Postgrad Rep:Rimjhim Kashyap
OCM:Sarah Lawless
Engineering Officer:Laura Finan
Vice Secretary:Claire Breslin
PRO:Sinead Conway
1st Year Rep:Eireann Fitzgerald
Technology Officer:Gabija Kazimieraityte
Maths Officer:Esther Uhunamunre
Health and Safety Officer:Kate O’Meara
Science Officer:Emma Dunne
OCM:Ella Casey
December 10th
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WiSTEM

Supporting women in University of Galway to achieve their full potential and promoting diversity in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM).

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I was taught that the way of progress was neither swift nor easy. - Marie Curie, Nobel Prize in Physics (1903) and Chemistry (1911)


WiSTEM Society was founded in September 2020 and our aim is to support, help and encourage women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics at the University of Galway to achieve their full potential. 

We aim to be a part of a growing movement which increases the accessibility of  STEM subjects to the next generation, and to make STEM more diverse by creating an accepting environment to work and excel. With this aim comes goals to help the women of STEM in the University of Galway build the skills they need to succeed and find role models, internships and connections in their particular industry. 

This year, we facilitated the Johnson & Johnson WISTEM2D Bursary Programme with J&J Cerenovus in Galway to offer 10 bursaries to women in STEM in the University of Galway. We also facilitated the iTAG Student/Industry Engagement Coaching Programme for Women in Computer Science and Technology here at our University. Both these programmes offer mentorship and support to Women in STEM in our community and have had great success. This year we also supported students academically by bringing some guest speakers to the university, talking about their specific research or discussing opportunities for students after their degree. 

This year we also facilitated many social events to bring Women in STEM closer together after the pandemic. We supported student networking by hosting this year's Science Ball, and we also held a Halloween Mixology Course! This year we also supported the National Breast Cancer Research Institute by raising over ‚ā¨1000 during our Nuts & Bolts Quiz with Engineers Ireland.¬†

We have something for everyone here at WiSTEM!

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If you have any suggestions for speakers you'd like to see, companies you'd like to connect with, or internships you'd like to pursue please email us at wistem@socs.nuigalway.ie or DM us @wistem.uniofgalway on Instagram 



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