University of Michigan has an abundance of resources for students, but we consistently hear from students that they, “don’t know which ones are for me.” The WISE Hub is designed to help you figure out your own definition of success and build the map you need to help you get to your final destination.
We have created the WISE Hub to make it easier for you
- identify the specific resources that you might need to thrive in STEM,
- access “just-in-time” learning experiences for different stages of your life at U-M, and
- track and be rewarded for your professional, academic and social growth as STEM students.
Some of the activities suggested in the WISE Hub are to attend a WISE event; you can visit our events page for upcoming events. Many of the activities in the WISE Hub are focused on exposing you to other units and experiences on campus. To learn more about the WISE Hub, check out the video below.
Special WISE Experiences for Incoming Students
Incoming students are identified by the WISE Program as potential science majors by their expressed interests and/or backgrounds. All undergraduate students are welcome at our undergrad focused events, but many of those programs will be especially relevant for students new to U-M (either as first-year or transfer students). These events focus on building careers in science, engineering, or mathematics and on successfully navigating the University.
Although it is on hiatus during Summer 2022, the Book Club co-sponsored by WISE and the WISE Residential Program (WISE RP) is an excellent opportunity to start building your community before you get to campus.
Employment and Volunteer Opportunities
From serving on panels to working with pre-college students in our summer camps, WISE has many opportunities for students to gain leadership experience and to support women in science and engineering. The best way to learn about these WISE opportunities is by joining our email list.
Suggestions for Programming
If you have ideas for events or activities that will help you and your peers thrive in STEM, there are two ways to share them with us. Consider joining our Student Programming Board, or send us your suggestions for programming: firstname.lastname@example.org.