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Women and Science Program

UW Oshkosh Campus
Halsey Science Center Room 121

Due to the Covid 19 pandemic, the UW System Women and Science Program is accepting visitors by appointment only. Please email if you need to schedule an appointment.

Phone: (920) 424-7414
Early Career STEM Educators Workshop

Previously known as “Opening Workshop for New STEM Educators”

Apring 2021 Virtual Workshops

Dates TBA

Registration TBA

Every year, the Women and Science Program brings early career educators in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) together for a two-day workshop. Workshop sessions focus on student-centered pedagogies, classroom and campus climate issues for underrepresented students and active learning strategies as they apply to STEM.

Registration is by invitation only.

If you are a new UW System STEM instructor within your first five years and have not received an invitation, please email

Draft Woekshop Schedule TBA

Photography Release

By registering for the UW System Women and Science Program events you authorize the organizers to take photos during the conference and hosted social events without expectation of compensation.

You further authorize UW System Women and Science Program to use such photographs for educational, promotional, advertising, and other purposes in its printed publications, during presentations, on websites, social media and otherwise where connected to UW System Women and Science Program for distribution internally and externally anywhere in the world.

You further waive any claims against UW System Women and Science Program and/or its employees and/or agents based upon or related to its use or publication of your likeness, participation, and/or picture. If you do not agree to the foregoing, you may decline your consent only by contacting us prior to the commencement of the conference.

Bystander Intervention Training
This interactive workshop describes academic practices and institutional structures that allow for abuses of power and exclusionary behaviors to persist, discusses initiatives to address harassment, bullying and discrimination as scientific misconduct, and provides training in personal and community intervention strategies to interrupt and reduce the harm of these behaviors. With a grant from the National Science Foundation ADVANCE program, a primary goal of the project is to improve workplace climate conditions by developing bystander intervention education for department heads, chairs, faculty and grad students to appropriately respond to and prevent sexual and other types of harassment and bullying in research environments.

Contact our office if you are interested in scheduling a workshop