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CBE Women Outreach, March 16, 2019

Girls from 14 nearby school districts came and learned about STEM. Kudos to our volunteers for putting together such an engaging day!

Photography: Azul Pinochet Barros

CBE Women Outreach, March 17, 2018

Thank you to all of our volunteers for putting together a fun filled exploration of science. Record high number of participants!

CBE Women Outreach, March 18, 2017

Thank you to all our participants and volunteers, we all had a blast!

CBE Women Outreach, March 19, 2016

This year, our volunteers implemented a new biomolecular engineering lab that was universally loved!

CBE Women Outreach, March 21, 2015

Thank you WOMEN Outreach event volunteers for a memorable event!

CBE Women Outreach, March 22, 2014

Another successful year!

CBE Women Outreach, April 6, 2013

This year twice as many high school girls and their parents participated in WOMEN Outreach compared to the previous year. Well done Outreach volunteers!

CBE Women Outreach, March 31, 2012

View the event flyer here

Student Volunteers from WOMEN Outreach 2012

WOMEN Outreach 2012 was featured in the Cornell Daily Sun

CBE Women Outreach, Saturday April 2, 2011

The second annual WOMEN Outreach program was a success!

CBE Women Outreach, Saturday April 10, 2010

The very first WOMEN Outreach program, hosted by CBEWomen, occured Spring 2010 and was a successful event, providing a unique and exciting opportunity for 10th grade girls from rural school districts to acquire positive exposure to science and engineering careers through fun hands-on laboratory experiments at Cornell University. Programming was provided for parents who wanted to stay on campus during the event.

Students participated in three interactive laboratory modules designed to familiarize them with the key aspects of chemical engineering and pique their interest in technology and the sciences.

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The keynote speech was delivered by Prof. Susan Daniel, the faculty advisor of CBEWomen. Prof. Daniel received her undergraduate and graduate degrees from Lehigh University in the department of chemical engineering. She has been a professor at Cornell University for 3 years and is known for her research on how the molecules in the cell membrane protect the cell from viral infections, like influenza.

The event was an exciting day filled with fun hands-on activities and the students and parents received a folder full of fascinating information.