WISE collaborates with and supports a number of different organizations at the University of Arizona and in southern Arizona. 

Follow the links below for more information on these organizations.

UA Organizations

oSTEM (Out in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) is a national society dedicated to educating and fostering leadership for LGBTQA+ communities in the STEM fields. The oSTEM chapter at the University of Arizona was founded in 2014, and has been growing ever since.

Women in Physics aims to support the recruitment of women and their retention in physics by hosting career seminars and lab tours, brown-bag lunches, and outreach events at local schools. 

Women in Optics works to encourage the advancement of women and under-represented minorities in STEM fields, including Optical Science.  WiO hosts professional development and social events, as well as outreach events at local schools. 

Women Advancing Arizona Mathematics colloquium explores contributions to the field of mathematics by women and provides a forum to discuss the challenges women face in academia. 

Tucson Women in Astronomy supports women in Astronomy through mentoring, professional development, and social events. 

LPL Women in STEM

Phi Sigma Rho is a social sorority for women in Engineering that provides national networking opportunities for its members, while also hosting professional development workshops and philanthropic events. 

Society of Women Engineers is a student run club whose main goal is to foster better ties among women in engineering and inspire them to achieve and advance in their careers as engineers. 

Women in Civil Engineering is a student organization that focuses on supporting women in Civil Engineering academically and socially by holding meetings with guest speakers, planning social events, and creating study groups. 

Women in Natural Sciences is organized by graduate and post-doctoral students in the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology. WINS mission is to support the success and retention of women in the natural sciences by raising awareness of gender-specific barriers to careers in the natural sciences and providing educational resources aimed at helping all members of the community to recognize and mitigate those barriers. 

Women in Engineering Programming Board aims to become a powerful and inclusive voice for women in engineering by actively working with individuals, organizations and leaders to create opportunities where women have an equal and active role in shaping our world. 

University of Arizona Women in Computer & Information Science (WICS) is an organization for Computer Science and ISTA students of both genders: majors, pre-majors, and those taking computer science or ISTA classes, as well as those in the field.

Community Organizations

The STEMAZing Project is a project of the Pima County Superintendents Office that provides STEM resources and STEM professional development opportunities for educators in Pima County.

SARSEF (Southern Arizona Research, Science, and Engineering Foundation) works to empower Southern Arizona's K-12 students to participate in science, technology, engineering, and math through inquiry-based learning and research. 

Girl Power in Science and Engineering is based at Amphi Middle School and aims to provide girls with opportunities to participate in the fields of science and engineering.