Questions regarding the WISE program and how to participate should be directed at your appropriate WISE sponsor. However, please first review these webpages since most questions can be answered here.
All WISE Interns are student members of one or more of these societies and each WISE intern is sponsored by one of the engineering
societies that participate in the WISE program:
The American Ceramic Society (ACersS)
Tricia Freshour, firstname.lastname@example.org
American Institute of Chemical
American Nuclear Society (ANS)
Alan Levin, email@example.com
Travis Murdock, firstname.lastname@example.org
Institute of Electrical and Electronics
Erica Wissolik, email@example.com
Logen Johnson, firstname.lastname@example.org
The sponsoring societies
various roles in support of the program. Each society works with their WISE Interns to select a research topic for the summer
program. Society staff and/or volunteers serve as mentors to their
WISE Interns. Sponsors also provide access to computer facilities
and information resources available in their Washington offices.
To students, if your society is not on this list of sponsoring organizations, ask
them to join the WISE program. We'll be glad to provide
information on the program and can follow-up your contact.
For societies not listed here who are interested in participating in WISE and would like more information on how you can become a WISE sponsoring society,
provide program mentors, and/or make a tax-deductable contribution to
support the WISE Program, contact Mark Ames at email@example.com; Melissa Carl at CarlM@asme.org; or Erica Wissolik at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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