|2014||August||Awarded ADVANCE-Catalyst grant.|
|2013||May||WISTEM Center Advisory Board meeting held at Nissan North America in Smyrna.|
|March||WISTEM Center hosted AWIS workshops: Improving Work-Life Satisfaction and The Importance of Mentoring Relationships.|
|March||First DigiGirls Day held in collaboration with Nissan North America and Microsoft.|
|February||GRITS Collaborative Project held its second Annual Conference titled Building STEM Capacity for Girls: Expanding Your Horizons (EYH) in the South. Keynote speakers included Heather Gibbons, CEO of the Expanding Your Horizons Network (EYHN) and Monika Whitfield, Program Manager for EYHN. Techbridge presented their program: Role Models Matter.|
|January||SciGirls Connect presented two full days of professional development on using SciGirls curriculum, materials and SciGirls Seven research.|
|2012||September||The 16th MTSU EYH was held at MTSU with approximately 450 middle and high school girls.|
|Fall||Formed partnership with TN-SCORE to provide renewable energy outreach to Green Girls!|
|May||WISTEM Advisory Board meeting at Tennessee College of Applied Technology Murfreesboro.|
|January||GRITS Collaborative Project renewed.|
|2011||December||GRITS Collaborative Project invited to White House Champions of Change: Women and Girls in STEM.|
|November||GRITS Collaborative Project held its first Annual Conference titled Sisters in STEM. Keynote speakers were Nancy Holliday of the Microsoft Corporation who presented "The Adventures of a Technical Career" and Tanya Foreman of the Eastman Chemical Company who spoke on "Importance of Diversity in STEM."|
|May||WISTEM Center Advisory Board meeting held at MTSU.|
|2010||May||WISTEM Center Advisory Board meeting held at MTSU.|
|2008||October||EYH served approximately 289 middle school girls and 58 high school girls.|
|September||The GRITS Collaborative Kick-off event was held with 74 representatives from across of the state in attendance.|
|2007||October||EYH served 279 middle school girls and 47 high school girls.|
|June||GRITS received a sub-award ($32,500) from the NSF funded National Girls Collaborative Project to establish the GRITS Collaborative Project for Tennessee.|
|January||The GRITS Collaborative Project site visit was held with over 80 representatives from Tennessee schools, organizations, and industry.|
|2007 January - 2008 October||Approximately 850 middle school girls participated in WISTEM after school activities. We also presented six lectures on STEM education and careers to 771 high school students, the majority female.|
22nd MTSU EYH Conference 2018
Registration is now open!
The conference is scheduled for October 27, 2018.
Rachel Marlin represents MTSU at the SENCER Summer Institute.
SERMACS 2017 Partners for Progress and Prosperity (P3) Award to MTSU WISTEM Center, Nashville ACS Local Section, and MTSU EYH.