WISER Programs

  • The Peer Mentoring Program pairs first-year WISER students with upper-level WISER students to foster a sense of community at CWRU and to help focus education and career aspirations. 
  • The Professional Mentoring Program pairs upper-level WISER students with STEM professionals to foster a sense of community in STEM fields and provide professional role models.
  • The Program Rewarding Innovation in STEM Entrepreneurship (PRISE) has been developed in collaboration with partners from CWRU LaunchNET, Sears think[box], and the Flora Stone Mather Center for Women to address the underrepresentation of women in entrepreneurial ventures. 
  • The Club Advocacy Program (CAP) aims to promote inclusive and equitable practices for technical clubs (i.e., those that focus on STEM skill development) in order to increase undergraduate women recruitment and retention in technical clubs on CWRU's campus. 
  • The International Outreach Program (SEVA) supports the program Nurture a School by raising money for an underprivileged school in Bangalore, India. 
  • WISER supports Outreach Programs in the community, focused on encouraging interest in STEM fields. 
  • WISER funds student professional development via the Conference Travel Grant and student research experiences and creative endeavors via the WISER SOURCE grant