Piper Gaubatz, Geosciences, and Gerome Miklau, Computer Science, have been chosen by the Interdisciplinary Studies Institute (ISI) as fellows for its 2015-16 seminar on “Secrecy, Publicity, Privacy, Security.” Each fellow will receive a $1,500 research allowance and participate in a yearlong faculty seminar. In the coming year ISI will receive additional funding from the dean of the College of Natural Sciences. News release
CNS Women in Science Initiative
The CNS Women in Science Initiative (WISI) focuses on increasing the success of women scientists at all stages of their academic careers. WISI offers special programs and events, and connects women scientists through campus organizations and community outreach, and provides helpful off-campus resources for women scientists.