STEM Programs


STEM Cafe is a free tutoring service that seeks to create an inclusive space for womxn, trans*, nonbinary, and gender expansive scholars to receive support in Math and Chemistry. STEM Cafe runs after the second week of school until finals week. Tutors are upper-level undergraduate students, and graduate students. If you are interested in tutoring please check below for application link or email

STEM Cafe Fall 2017 midterm schedule: Tuesdays, October 24, October 31 and November 7, 3:30 - 5:30pm Thursdays, October 26, November 2, and November 9, 4:30 - 6:30pm STEM Cafe Fall 2017 finals schedule: Tuesdays, November 21, November 23 (CANCELLED) November 28 and December 5, 3:30 - 5:30pm Thursdays, November 30, and December 7, 4:30 - 6:30pm

All STEM Cafe sessions will be held at 113 North Hall in the Joy Fergoda Library.

Tutor registration form

STEM For Girls


STEM for Girls is an annual event hosted by the Women's Resources and Research Center and Dr. Tina Jeoh. This program is funded by the National Science Foundation and the WRRC. This year’s STEM for Girls event will be held on Saturday, May 5, 2018.

If you would like to apply to be a team leader, please apply here.

You will lead groups of 10 girls with a partner to the different workshops, lab tours, demonstrations and answer any questions the girls may have. Team leaders must pass a background check and participate in a mandatory training prior to the date of the event.

Volunteers are needed to help make this event happen! Volunteers have the opportunity to help with registration, clean-up, set-up, and other logistics.

If you would like to apply to be a volunteer, please apply here.

WRRC: Women in Sciences & Engineering (W.I.S.E.) Program

WiSE is a developing program that establishes engineering and sciences as a place for women to reach their goals. WiSE has focused attention on changing the academic environment for women in engineering and science by researching barriers to their success and developing programs that reduce or eliminate these barriers. Our programs for students focus on participating in their engineering and science education from the first year college through the graduate level. WiSE recruits participants and mentors in the fall quarter and use the Winter and Quarter to meet and attend social planned and faciliated by the WRRC. Please email if you have questions about the program.