Washington University is a member of the Association for Women in Science (AWIS), supporting a global network of like-minded women and allies committed to advancing women in science, technology, engineering, and math. As an Institutional Member, WashU is pleased to offer membership to all students, faculty, staff, postdocs, and trainees.

  • Advance your career through networking career resources, and recognition opportunities.
  • Get inspired by learning best practices, promoting equity and diversity, and meeting women in STEM.
  • Find Support from scholarships, mentorships, and professional development events.
  • Develop personally through learning leadership, and volunteering opportunities.
  • Champion other women in the STEM pipeline through advocacy and mentorship.
  • Stay informed on what’s new with our newsletter, webinars, and more.

Member Resources

  • Online Member Community: participate in a discussion thread to ask questions, share encouragement, and create meaningful relationships with other AWIS members. 
  • AWIS Webinars: explore timely topics with exciting thought leaders through our What’s Next webinar series.
  • Weekly Newsletter and Members-Only Content: stay informed on trends, opportunities, and events.
  • Digital Subscription to AWIS Magazine: read about women’s contributions to STEM and their impact on society.
  • Scholarship Opportunities: to support the professional development and advancement of AWIS members.
  • Recognition: amplify your career achievements through member spotlights and AWIS communication channels.
  • AWIS Event Calendarregister for local and national events.
  • Membership Directoryconnect with AWIS members locally and nationally.

For more information contact Deborah Jaegers (program coordinator, Office of the Provost)