Fit for the Future - Annual STEM Conference
Fit for the Future - Annual STEM Conference is set to take place virtually on March 12, 2021 from 8:00am - 11:00am. Hosted by the student organization, Women in STEM Professions (WISP), this conference is for high school girls to explore and learn about STEM careers. STEM kits have been delivered to local community high schools ahead of the conference to be completed during the conference workshop session. Additionally, there will be presentations from College of Technology student organizations to highlight how students can be involved on Indiana State University campus. Last but definitely not least, the young ladies will have a chance to network with women in STEM professions! Thank you to the sponsors of this conference: Pasco, Endress+Hauser, Garmong, and SGA as well as the women in STEM careers who are coming to network with both the young women in high school and college.
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Being Open Minded and Staying Involved“I like the workplace balance, and the organizational development and since I’ve been in my major and getting involved, I feel like it really fits me—helping employees.”
From Singing to Safety Management“The safety management program has a wide variety of teachers and instructors. Their combined experience is really remarkable, and I don’t think any safety program can match the knowledge of all of our instructors.”
Women in STEMState’s College of Technology has employed strategies over the past 15 years to increase the enrollment, persistence and success of women in engineering and technology fields.
Meet our Faculty“I wanted to do more hands-on projects that would allow students to see how the process works in construction, holistically.”
Sycamore join Fight against COVIDIndiana State student and Airtech, Inc. intern Moammer Efenti is also working on the frontlines of the project in the fight against coronavirus.
Career ReadinessDan Dix, Safety Management Alumnus, now a Training Specialist at Robinson Refinery, Marathon Petroleum Company talks about how Indiana State University students bring credibility, work ethic, accountability which ties into the university’s efforts in career readiness.
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