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Presented By: Women in Science and Engineering (WISE) Program

Issues in STEM Discussion Group - September

WISE Hub: Grow Into A STEM Leader

This experimental painting features swirls of black, grey, purple, and white paint and looks like an abstract version of the human brain. This experimental painting features swirls of black, grey, purple, and white paint and looks like an abstract version of the human brain.
This experimental painting features swirls of black, grey, purple, and white paint and looks like an abstract version of the human brain.
 Adrien Converse on Unsplash
Monthly, WISE is hosting a conversation about how science and engineering gets done, starting with a shared listening, watching, or reading experience. This month, we will be discussing how the values and identities of a STEM professional influence the work that individual does. Science Friday recently had a story, "Meet Two Autistic Researchers Changing How Autism Research Is Done," that we will discuss.

Anyone is welcome to participate, whether you've listened to/watched/read this month's piece(s) or not. Although registration is not required (feel free to drop-in), to get direct links to this month's piece(s), you can register on Sessions:
https://sessions.studentlife.umich.edu/track/event/session/58706
This experimental painting features swirls of black, grey, purple, and white paint and looks like an abstract version of the human brain. This experimental painting features swirls of black, grey, purple, and white paint and looks like an abstract version of the human brain.
This experimental painting features swirls of black, grey, purple, and white paint and looks like an abstract version of the human brain.
 Adrien Converse on Unsplash

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