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Million Women Mentors

Our commitment to mentoring is strong. We’ve joined forces with Million Women Mentors in their pledge to enlist a million mentors to increase the interest and confidence of girls and women to persist and succeed in STEM programs and careers. Want to be part of the movement? Contact us today!





*NEW* Monthly Mentoring Webinar Series

Starting in February, we will be hosting a monthly online, interactive webinar with a senior GWIS mentor and a small group of GWIS members. We are designing these sessions to allow for in-depth conversation and an opportunity to network directly with the speaker. We have recruited amazing mentors and are currently putting together the schedule for February-June. Each month, look for a preview of the speaker and a link for registration in our GWISConnect and GWISLead mailings.  There will be 7 registration spots for each session, so you’ll want to act fast once registration opens!

Not a member yet? Click here to join so you can be a part of this exciting program!

Upcoming Speakers


Date and Time: Tuesday, February 21st, 8pm EST
Theme: Diversity
Speaker: Dr. Patricia Sylveria

Dr. Patricia Silveyra earned the equivalent of a Bachelor’s and a Master’s Degree in Biological Sciences* and the equivalent of a Doctoral Degree in Biological Chemistry** from the University of Buenos Aires, Argentina. She then attended Penn State College of Medicine and worked with the Center for Host Defense, Inflammation, and Lung Disease (CHILD) Research in the Department of Pediatrics as a Postdoctoral Research Fellow. Most recently, Dr. Silveyra acquired a Graduate Certificate in Applied Bioinformatics from the Pennsylvania State University World Campus.

Currently, Dr. Silveyra is an Assistant Professor at Penn State College of Medicine in the Department of Pediatrics. There, she researches the molecular mechanisms of inflammatory lung disease using mouse models. To evaluate the condition of the lung defense system, her research lab examines the immune cells present in the lungs after being exposed to toxins. However, the lungs of men and women respond differently to toxins in the environment; thus, Dr. Silveyra is interested in the sex-specific molecular mechanisms of inflammatory lung disease.

For more information about Dr. Silveyra, check out her website.


Date and Time: Wednesday, March 22nd, 8pm EST
Theme: TBA
Speaker: Dr. Sadiye Rieder


More info coming soon!



Date and Time: Tuesday, April 18th, 1pm EDT
Theme: TBA
Speaker: Dr.Meryl Mims


More info coming soon!



Date and Time: Wednesday, May 17th, 1pm EDT
Theme: TBA
Speaker: Dr. Rosalynn Quiñones-Fernández

More info coming soon!

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