Association for Women in Science (AWIS) Institutional Membership
Independent Professional Development, Networking, Mentorship and Leadership Community
Duke University enjoys an institutional membership in the Association for Women in Science (AWIS), an organization that advocates for gender equity and the advancement of women in science, engineering, technology and math. AWIS offers a community and professional development to champion the interests of women in the sciences. Duke faculty, students and staff are encouraged to make use of the institutional member by accessing the career development opportunities, networking, mentorship and leadership opportunities. Learn more here.
Institutional Membership Benefits
- Programs: Explore timely topics with thought leaders who will engage, inform and inspire you along your career path.
- Research: Engage with research that drives systemic change.
- Networking: Join one of the 50+ volunteer-led chapters and affiliates. A new group is coming soon in North Carolina.
- Mentorship: Employers and job seekers can benefit from the Career Center by advertising and exploring job opportunities and internships; receive resume critique and gain career insights.
- Leadership: Join the advocacy work that focuses on achieving positive system transformation, equitable workplaces and recognition of women's scientific and leadership achievements. Learn more about anti-racism and efforts to remove bias from science, as well as effecting policy change on the issues you care about.