Kansas State University
125 Seaton Hall
Manhattan, KS 66506


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The SUCCEED program creates opportunities for women to flourish in science, technology, engineering, and math, or STEM, fields. Undergraduate and graduate students can serve as mentors to middle and high school students, share in mentoring connections with alumnae, and network with faculty and other students in STEM.

Programs Offered Through SUCCEED

Women In STEM Pizza Party

Please join K-State Office for the Advancement of Women in Science and Engineering (KAWSE) on Monday, February 2nd from 5:00-6:30 p.m. in Justin hall, room 166 for a "Women in STEM" pizza party! All students are welcome to attend, so feel free to bring your friends. This social event is all about meeting other female students in STEM majors at K-State. It is a great networking opportunity, a chance to make new friends, and also to learn more about the SUCCEED program and events hosted through the KAWSE office.

Please make sure you and your friends RSVP so we have enough pizza for everyone!

RSVP: https://kstate.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_8ozlHHQgdWHXvc9   

Career Chats

Gain career advice and mentoring from alumnae and women in industry through these informal seminars hosted each semester.  

KAWSE Mentors

Paid opportunities to serve as a role model for women in STEM through mentoring middle and high school students at GROW and EXCITE pre-college outreach programs. Students interested in the mentor position should contact the Program Coordinator, Sara Heiman, at sjheiman@ksu.edu

KAWSE Ambassadors

Volunteer leadership opportunities to host prospective K-State students, serve on student panels to share personal experiences at K-State, and represent KAWSE at open house and outreach events. Students interested in the ambassador position should contact the Program Coordinator, Sara Heiman, at sjheiman@ksu.edu