At Tandon, we are committed to building a culture that respects and embraces gender diversity, inclusion, and equity. Join the Office of Student Affairs for the 9th annual Women in STEM Summit at NYU Tandon School of Engineering on Thursday, March 5th, 2020.
This year's Summit will explore the theme "Reflecting on Our Past, and Transforming Our Future." Throughout the day, we will feature women who are at the forefront of their fields: innovative, smart, driven, and changing the STEM landscape. We will also be raffling some great prizes at our signature events!
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Male Allies Panel Discussion
Tuesday, March 3rd - 5-6 PM (Doors Open at 4:30PM)
This event, in partnership with the Women @ Tandon Committee, will feature faculty, industry professionals, and current students on a panel discussing what male-identified students can do to better advocate for women at Tandon and within the STEM field. Refreshments will be served. We will be raffling off an Amazon Echo to students who arrive on time!
Luncheon Lightning Talks
Thursday, March 5th - 12:30-2:00 PM
Our "lightning talks" are quick presentations from forward-thinking women, each innovators in their own field, and all disrupters in their own way. Our lunch event will also feature Dr. Yasmine Ndassa, Senior Director for National Sales Strategy & Insights at Comcast Cable, who will deliver a keynote address. Lunch will be served. We will be raffling off a DLP Mini Projector to students who arrive on time!
Keynote & Awardee Dinner
Thursday, March 5th - 6:00-8:30 PM
Our closing dinner will feature a welcome address from Dean Jelena Kovačević and will honor three revolutionary women with our Women in STEM Champion Awards for their invaluable contributions to the STEM landscape. Over dinner, students will also have the opportunity to network and engage in conversation with alumni and corporate representatives. Dinner will be served. We will be raffling off an iPad Mini (5th gen) for students who arrive on time!