Women’s Research and Mentorship Program Celebrates 9th session
Saturday, April 9, the Women’s Research and Mentorship Program (WRAMP) celebrated the conclusion of its 9th session inspiring women in STEM. WRAMP is a multi-tiered mentor program that combines hands-on research and professional and personal development with the goal of encouraging more women to consider advanced degrees in STEM. Six teams of four women, one WPI graduate and one WPI undergraduate student, and two Worcester Public High School women; worked together on research projects as outlined by the graduate mentor and teams presented their work at Saturday’s closing. This program is generously funded by WPI’s Women’s Impact Network, Intel, Sampe Foundation, and Teradyne.