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The Women in STEM initiative is a multi-pronged initiative supporting women faculty and students.

Affiliated Projects 

ADVANCE is an NSF-funded grant aimed specifically at developing strategies to increase the number of women and minority professors in science, technology, engineering, mathematics, and the social and behavioral sciences at FIU.

FIU Upward Bound is a federal TRIO program designed for students with academic potential who need additional preparation and motivation to succeed in high school and into college.

Related Organizations 

The Society for the Advancement of Women in STEM is a student club established for the purpose of promoting diversity in all fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. The club mission is to spread awareness on issues that are common for women in STEM, such as impostor syndrome, gender bias and sexual harassment. The goals include providing a community in which women all in all STEM fields can gather can communicate their experiences. Membership is open to all Florida International University students, faculty, and alumni who share the common interest of promoting women in STEM.

The Association for Women in Science provides a unique national platform where essential research meets advocacy, innovation and practice in supporting the advancement of women in STEM.

Affiliated Faculty 

College of Arts, Sciences & Education

Biological Sciences


Chemistry and Biochemistry


Earth and Environment


Mathematics and Statistics


Philosophy


Physics


Psychology


STEM Transformation Institute


Teaching and Learning


College of Communication, Architecture + The Arts

Journalism and Mass Communication


College of Engineering & Computing


Civil and Environmental Engineering


Computing and Information Sciences


Electrical and Computer Engineering


Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine


Humanities, Health and Society


Office to Advance Women, Equity & Diversity


Robert Stempel School of Public Health & Social Work


Epidemiology