West Texas Association for Women in Science
History of West Texas Association for Women in Science (WT-AWIS):
This new group of women and men (faculty, staff, students and community members) was founded in 2008 with the following mission:“We actively support and encourage women of all ages and career choices and have adopted the vision and mission of the National Association for Women in Science. We envision a day when women will participate fully in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics as manifested through equal opportunity, pay equity, and recognition commensurate with their accomplishments.”Come learn about the different organizations that support and promote women’s issues at Texas Tech. Find out what activities, and resources they have to offer and how you can get involved! Men and women are welcome! JOIN WT-AWIS!
- “Just back from the event. It was simply fabulous. Very informative and entertaining, too, and the food was good!” ~Innocent Awasom Afuh, IS Librarian for the Sciences, Texas Tech University Library, September 19, 2008
- “I have recently met Kendra Rumbaugh and have enjoyed hearing the many positive remarks about this collaboration that I know will help many current and up and coming women scientists.” Cindy Gutierrez, Special Assistant to the President, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, April 30, 2008.