Women in Nanotechnology (WIN)

Women in Science and Engineering, University of Illinois at Chicago

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Women In Nanotechnology

 

WIN programs support students interested in nanoscale science and technology.

WIN is a demonstration project of the Region V Women's Bureau, U.S. Department of Labor in cooperation with the University of Illinois at Chicago, the College of DuPage, and Truman College to encourage women in these colleges to develop interest in careers involving nanoscale science and technology.

Women in Science and Engineering (WISE) at UIC received a 2008 and a 2009 Innovation Generation Grant from Motorola Foundation to expand WIN outreach to Chicago Public Schools (CPS) teachers and students.

 

WISE WIN is dedicated to engaging, informing, and expanding knowledge and opportunities for students interested in nanoscale science and technology. The contents of WIN publications and web sites do not necessarily represent the policy of the funders or partners.

 

Resources in Nanoscale Science and Technology

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Universities Programs and courses

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Companies Domestic, International, Local

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Chicago Public School Program Partners

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