Each year the Women in Science and Engineering Program and Women in STEM Student Council at the University of Arizona honors campus and community leaders whose work exemplifies our mission and goals to promote the entry, persistence, and success of women in STEM and foster more diverse and inclusive STEM communities. The award winners are honored at the annual Science and Engineering Excellence Banquet, which will be held on March 14 from 5:30-8pm.
Excellence in Campus-Community Outreach for STEM Diversity: This award honors an individual, group, or organization who works to build connections between UA students/faculty/staff and the larger southern Arizona community in the name of promoting diversity in STEM fields.
University Excellence in STEM Diversity: This award honors a member of the University of Arizona community (e.g., faculty, staff, researcher) who has gone above and beyond in encouraging interest and diversity in STEM fields at the UA.
Excellence in K-12 STEM Education and Diversity: This award honors a K-12 educator who has actively worked to increase student interest and diversity in STEM fields in either formal or informal educational settings.
Excellence in STEM Diversity: This award honors, individuals, groups, or organizations who do not easily fit into one of the above categories but whose work aims to increase interest and diversity in STEM fields.
To nominate someone for an award, please complete the award application available HERE. Nominations must be received no later than February 25, 2019.