U I C WISEST - Women in Science and Engineering System Transformation

Department Facilitators

Janet Richmond, Professor of Biological Sciences, Lead Facilitator

Leslie Wo-Mei Fung, Professor of Chemistry

Kevin Whyte, Professor of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science

Milios Zefran, Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Michael Stroscio, Richard and Loan Hill and Distinguished Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Bhama Srinivasan, Professor Emeritus of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science

Barbara Di Eugenio, Associate Professor of Computer Science

Neil Sturchio, Professor of Earth and Environmental Sciences

Anjum Ansari, Associate Professor of Physics

Carmen Lilley, Associate Professor of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering

Ludwig Nitsche, Associate Professor of Chemical Engineering

Amid Khodadoust, Associate Professor of Environmental Engineering

 

PAST FACILITATORS

Martin Newcomb, Distinguished Professor of Chemistry, LEAD Facilitator

Brooke Shipley, Professor and Acting Head, Mathematics, Statistics, and Computer Science

Mark Adams, Professor of Physics

Jennifer Schmidt, Professor of Biological Sciences

Isabel Cruz, Associate Professor of Computer Science

Luke Hanley, Professor of Chemistry

Sharad Laxpati, Associate Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering 

Michael McNallan, Professor of Civil and Materials Engineering

Constantine Megaridis, Professor of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering

Peter Doran , Professor of Earth and Environmental Science  

Mihnea Popa, Professor of Mathematics

Mary Ashley , Professor of Biological Sciences 

Roy Plotnick , Professor of Earth and Environmental Science

Bhama Srinivasan , Professor of Mathematics

Carol Stein, Professor of Earth & Environmental Sciences

Yang Dai, Associate Professor of Bioengineering

Susan McCormick

Cynthia Jameson, Professor of Physical Chemistry

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Women in Science and Engineering System Transformation (WISEST)

The goal of the WISEST Initiative is to increase the number, participation, and leadership status of women — majority and minority — in academic science and engineering through institutional transformation at UIC.