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Ambassador Application

The UIC WISE Outreach Program is currently seeking undergraduate and graduate students to be WISE Ambassadors.  If you are interested in a service project AND want to work with students in grades k-12, please send e-mail
List your major, current class schedule, and experience with k-12 students. A WISE staff person will contact you for an interview if you are selected as a WISE Ambassador.

Thank you for your interest in the WISE Outreach Program!

GEM-SET Application

Applications are currently CLOSED for the GEM-SET program.



Summer Experience: Linda Z.

Summer Experience: Linda Z.
WISE Outreach interviews GEM-SET Club member, Linda Z., about her 2009 summer  internship at Cornell University’s Nanobiotechnology Center.

WISE Annual Dinner Spring 2009

See pictures from the 2009 WISE Annual Dinner and Awards Ceremony.

Reavis Elementary School Spring 2009

UIC WISE Women in Nanotechnology (WIN) visited Reavis Elementary School to give students a nanotechnology demonstration.  This event was sponsored by the Motorola Innovation Generation Grant.

Packer Engineering Tour Winter 2009

Packer Engineering hosted a company tour and panel discussion for the UIC WISE Women in Nanotechnology (WIN) students in January 2009.  WISE WIN students were from the College of DuPage, Truman College and UIC.

UIC WISE Campus Tour Spring 2008

UIC WISE_Campus_Tour_Spring 2008
The WISE Program hosted a UIC campus tour for a selected group of junior high students from the Young Women’s Leadership Charter School in March 2008.  Students participated in hands-on experiments, visited campus dorms, and enjoyed a lecture given by mentor volunteers from Siemens.

LEGO Robotics Camp Spring 2007

The UIC Computer Science Dept. and WISE team up to create a LEGO Robotics camp for selected Chicago-area Girl Scout troops.

TRC Science Fair Fall 2007

UIC WISE highlights our community partner, Neighborhood Technology Resource Center, and their “Girls Empowerment Initiative” which is used to promote science to young girls ages 10-18.