Thank you for joining us this semester! We're excited to continue planning more events that support WIN's mission and values.  Stay tuned for upcoming WIN & cross-promotional events throughout the semester and check out the past events section to learn more about what we do! 

Upcoming Events  

Thursday, November 18 | 9:00 a.m.cosc bfast flyer
WISDOM Breakfast with Women in Computer Science

This WISDOM Breakfast event will be for students focused in the fields of computer science and host panelists from Marquette and beyond. Attendees of the event will be able to meet panelists in small groups for open Q&A around the experiences working in their fields, as well as hear from the entire panel.  
This will be a hybrid event.  Grab-and-go breakfast will be provided to participants, panelists will be joining either virtually or in-person, and attendees have the option to attend the event in-person or virtually as well.  Please specify your attendance preference when registering.  
 
Click HERE to register.
Join the Zoom Meeting by clicking HERE.

 

 

Thursday, November 18 | 6:00 - 7:30 p.m.flyer
Student-Alumni "Emergine Hispanic Serving Institution" Kick-Off Reception 

This event will provide an opportunity for diverse stakeholders to come together in a space of community and connection. Food and raffle prizes are included! All students and alumni are welcome to attend.
 
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Friday, November 19 | 4:00 - 5:00 p.m.flyer
Women's Entrepreneurship Day Fireside Chat

A Fireside chat with Kristen Carter, Marquette student entrepreneur and creator of the Krisband, and Olivia Menzia, Marquette alum and founder of Liv a Lil.  Following the conversation, we will open up an ice cream bar featuring Liv a Little with individual take-home containers.

 

 

 

 

  

Thursday, December 2 | 12:00 p.m. december 2 flyer
IWL Women & Money Series: Women & Financial Intelligence

So much more goes into the power that money holds than making and sticking to a budget. Join us for the closing session of this series to learn from financial advisors and experts on what women need to know to better steward their financial destiny. 
 
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Thursday, December 2 | 4:00 p.m.
Queering Nineteeth-Century Romantic Friendship: Mathilde Franziska Aneeke and Mary Booth

The Center for the Advancement of the Humanities is delighted to announce the next talk of the Humanities Research Colloquium.  On Thursday, December 2, at 4 p.m. via Teams, Dr. Alison Efford, Associate Professor of History, will present "Queering Nineteenth-Century Romantic Friendship: Mathilde Franziska Anneke and Mary Booth, 1859-1865.”
German American feminist Mathilde Franziska Anneke and Milwaukee abolitionist Mary Booth enjoyed an intense, cohabiting relationship from 1859 to 1865. Although Anneke and Booth’s romantic friendship was unique, it offers a window into a type of bond that found social sanction. In this talk, Dr. Efford discusses her collaboration with Dr. Viktorija Bilic (UWM) to translate and publish Anneke’s extraordinary letters. She argues for a queer interpretation of romantic friendship that resists the categories of lesbian or straight, sexual or platonic, and she suggests the lesson this form of relationship might hold for our own times.
Everyone is welcome to attend; please spread the word!
 
Join the Teams Meeting by clicking HERE.

 


Past Events

Friday, October 29 | 9:00 a.m. 
WISDOM Breakfast with Women in Biology & Chemistry

This WISDOM Breakfast event will be for students focused in the fields of biology and/or chemistry and host panelists from Marquette and beyond.
The series invites female and nonbinary panelists from a wide variety of disciplines in STEM and related Social, Behavioral, and Economic (SBE) science fields. For the first WISDOM Breakfast, the focus is women in biology and chemistry. Attendees will have an opportunity to meet panelists in small groups for open dialogue around the personal experiences of working in STEM and SBE fields, navigating the challenges of their respective fields and how to better prepare oneself to succeed in industry or academia upon graduation.  
 
All graduate and undergraduate students are welcome to attend this event, along with faculty and community members who are interested in the STEM and SBE scientific fields.
 
This will be a hybrid event.  Grab-and-go breakfast from Simma's Bakery will be provided to participants, panelists will be joining either virtually or in-person, and attendees have the option to attend the event in-person or virtually as well.  Please specify your attendance preference when registering.  Visit the WISDOM page to learn about the featured speakers for this event.

 

October 22, 2021 | 10:00 - 11:00 a.m.
The Strong Black Woman Mantra — Its History. Its Myth. Its Impact.

The session’s objectives include: 
1. Bring awareness to the history of the Strong Black Woman narrative. 
2. Bring awareness to the negative implication of this narrative in corporate America, and mental and healthcare spaces. 
3. Bring awareness to the negative biases we may carry toward black women and how to effectively combat them. 

 

October 22, 2021 | 9:00 - 10:00 a.m.
Helping Students Become Influencers — Promoting Intentional Involvement & Building on Strengths

In a Q&A Zoom discussion, we hope to draw from student and faculty panelists’ experiences to reflect on what worked well or didn’t work well for them as they pursued their passions in medicine. Topics will include: finding opportunities to work towards goals and passions in medicine; overcoming hurdles and barriers; figuring out a general direction for your career/goals; how the journey informed their professional/personal development; and, helping students be more intentional about their involvements and start thinking like influencers. We hope this discussion empowers you to reflect on your passions and achieve your unique goals. 

 

October 21, 2021 | 1:00 - 2:00 p.m.
How to Become a More Inclusive Leader

Why is inclusive leadership important? 
 
We live in a diverse business world. There’s not just variability in our workforce, there also is diversity among the students we want to attract, in the patients we serve, in the messages we share or consume via various platforms and the markets we want to expand to. Inclusive leadership helps balance all these elements – inclusive leaders adapt quickly to diverse scenarios and alternate perspectives with an open, non-judgmental mind to bring on the best results possible. And research shows that, when done right, there are many benefits; teams perform better and more collaboratively and make better overall decisions. Learn realistic, best practices on your journey to becoming an inclusive leader. 

 

October 20, 2021 | 4:00 - 5:00 p.m
Gender Identity Allyship — From Understanding to Action

Interactive exploration of gender and gendered language and how to respectfully communicate with trans and gender non-conforming colleagues and patients. 

 

October 20, 2021 | 9:30 - 10:30 a.m. 
Developing Grit — Strategies for Success in Work and Life

Grit is mental toughness. Grit is the ability to persevere to achieve difficult long-term goals. Grit is strongly associated with success in personal and professional life. Grit involves several elements: passion and purpose, development of habits and coping with unpleasant emotions such as fear, discouragement or embarrassment. 
This course will examine the nature of grit and identify specific methods for developing it. 

 

October 19, 2021 | 10:30 a.m. - Noon 
Recognizing and Celebrating Inclusive Excellence in Action

We will celebrate the 2021 President’s Diversity and Inclusion Award winners and give special recognition to the departments and individuals who continue to model inclusive excellence through diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI). 

 

October 18, 2021 | 4:00 - 5:00 p.m.
Cultural Complications 

Every day, patients, physicians and staff contend with implicit and explicit bias in the hospital environment and workplace. We are increasingly recognizing the negative effects of this exposure on individuals and on the culture of entire organizations. Recognizing instances of bias and developing mechanisms to combat bias are challenging but necessary in creating a diverse and equitable workplace. In the department of surgery, we have implemented the Cultural Complications Curriculum to foster discussions surrounding the complex issues of bias in the hospital environment. Designed to be presented during standard departmental Morbidity and Mortality conferences, the scenarios cover themes related to diversity, equity and inclusion. This presentation details how the curriculum was implemented in our department, and also provides examples of the themes and associated case scenarios. 

 

October 18, 2021 | 12:00 p.m.

Life, Hope, and Science: The Life Stories of Three Eminent Women Scientists

The Center for Humanities and the History of Modern Biology at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory presents this free online event with featured speakers:
 
Georgina Ferry, biographer, author of Dorothy Crowfoot Hodgkin: Patterns, Proteins and Peace, a life in science (Bloomsbury 2019)
 
Jennifer Doudnasubject of The Code Breaker: Jennifer Doudna, Gene Editing, and the Future of the Human Race by Walter Isaacson (Simon & Schuster 2021)
 
Elizabeth Blackburn, co-author of The Telomere Effect: A Revolutionary Approach to Living Younger, Healthier, Longer (Grand Central Publishing, 2017)
 
Moderated by Susan Hockfield, President Emerita MIT

 

April 27, 2021 | 7:00 p.m.
Association of Marquette University Women: The Distinguished Eleanor H. Boheim Lecture

Join us as we hear from historian Dr. Antoinette Burton, professor and Maybelle Leland Swanlund Endowed Chair, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, as she rethinks humanities advocacy, drawing on her own biography, research and experience leading the Humanities Research Institute at the University of Illinois and the Humanities Without Walls initiative.

 

April 27, 2021
IWL Spotlight on Research – Episode 4 Launch

April 22, 2021
WISDOM Workshop

Leaders in STEM will be meeting to discuss advancing WISDOM's goal of providing opportunities for Women and allies ISTEM and related Departments OMarquette to gather, network, and grow in their fields of interest. 

 

April 15, 2021 | 9 a.m.

WISDOM

This WISDOM Breakfast event will be focused on women in the health sciences field.

 

April 1, 2021 | 3:30 p.m. to 5 p.m.

Dr. Maryanne Siderits' Annual Distinguished Lecture in Gender and Sexuality Studies

 

March 11, 2021 | 9 a.m.
WISDOM Breakfast with Women in Mathematics

WISDOM

This WISDOM Breakfast event will be focused on Women in Mathematics and host panelists from Marquette and beyond.  Attendees of the event will be able to meet panelists in small groups for open Q&A around the experiences working in their fields, as well as hear from the entire panel.
Panelists:
Dr. Anne Clough, MU Professor & Director of Bioinformatics Program
Dr. Sarah J. Hamilton, MU Associate Professor
Dr. Rebecca Sanders, MU Professor & MSS Dept. Chair
Dr. Elaine Spiller, MU Associate Professor & Co-Director of Statistical Science
Dr. Muge Karaman, Research Assistant Professor at UIC-College of Medicine, Dept. of Bioengineering & Center for Magnetic Resonance Research
Emily White, Data Scientist/Data Engineer, Marketing Analytics Dept at Kohl’s Corporation

 

March 1, 2021
Brew Ideas Challenge

Calling all student innovators!  We are now accepting applications for the 2021 Brewed Ideas Challenge.  The Brewed Ideas is our version of Shark-Tank.  The goal is to “Brew” innovative ideas and foster the entrepreneurial mindset at Marquette.  The competition is open to all current Marquette students and hosted by the 707 Hub. 

 

January 29, 2021 | 12:00 p.m. - 1:30 p.m. 

Dr. Pamela Harris: The Lonely Reality of an Academic Dreamer

Dr. Harris tells her life story, taking us through the fears of being an undocumented first-generation college student and the challenges she overcame as a woman of color with a passion for STEM. Her talk will focus on how she found support networks and mentors and the development of her identity as a scientist. She will share how communities can help support underrepresented minorities and undocumented students in achieving their full potential as they pursue their academic careers. 
Dr. Pamela E. Harris is a Mexican-American mathematician and Associate Professor in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at Williams College. She is a distinguished researcher, teacher and mentor and co-founded Lathisms.org, a platform that features the contributions of Latinx and Hispanic scholars in the Mathematical Sciences.

 

February 8, 2021 | 5:30 p.m.
Meet-n-Eat with Dr. Shital Chauhan Vora

Meet-n-Eat is an opportunity for to hear from established professional innovators, designers, dreamers, and game-changers.  Grab your dinner and join us for this virtual discussion with Dr. Vora, Marquette Alumna and Co-Founder & Chief Executive Officer of Global Brigades.  Learn how she used her entrepreneurial spirit to evolve her passion project into one of the most impactful student-driven, poverty-alleviation efforts in the world. Shital can also discuss the organization’s recent-and-remarkable pivot to virtual advocacy in the face of COVID-19. This event coincides with Marquette’s Mission Week 2021 programming and is a collaboration with Marquette’s 707 Hub and WIN.

  

February 10, 17, & 24, 2021 | 6:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Brew Ideas Bootcamp

Are you a current Marquette University student working on a new idea for a product or service but need help moving your idea forward? Look no further than the Brewed Ideas Bootcamp! In 3 weeks, students will refine their business model canvas, conduct customer discovery work, and understand environmental impacts on a business (like COVID-19 and the virtual environment) . In addition, students will receive one-on-one business coaching to help prepare to apply for the Brewed Ideas Challenge.