Douglass Project Programs

Douglass Residential College is committed to helping women who are interested in the science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) fields to excel and reach their goals. The Douglass Project fosters success by providing many great opportunities to students studying a STEM disciplines. Most programs are open to all Rutgers undergraduate women.

Project SUPER (Science for Undergraduates: A Program for Excellence in Research) is a STEM-focused enrichment program that offers undergraduate women the opportunity to actively participate in academic research. Students in Project SUPER have access to monthly STEM-related workshops, an introductory scientific research course, a research stipend for summer research, special STEM travel grants, and exceptional academic support. Read more »
Bunting-Cobb Residence Hall, the first residence hall in the nation to be dedicated to women in STEM fields, offers a supportive community to women pursuing these areas of study. The hall features graduate mentoring, in-house tutoring and study groups, specialized workshops, and a special in-house Exploring Careers in Science FIG course for first year residents. Read more »
First-year women in the School of Engineering now have the opportunity to live in a unique Douglass Residential College and School of Engineering community housed in the engineering-focused Barr Residence Hall on Busch Campus. Students will become fully integrated into the engineering community through hands-on learning, mentoring, interaction with School of Engineering faculty and alumni representatives, and innovative programming centered on professional development and academic enhancement. Students will also connect with peers enrolled in engineering core courses and have the advantage... Read more »
SEBS Environmental House (Woodbury) Live among other Douglass and School of Environmental and Biological Sciences students interested in engaging in innovative programs in topics related to the environment providing you the opportunity to broaden your interests in different areas of study. Located in the newly renovated Woodbury Residence Hall, this Living Learning Community will allow you to use your science foundation to understand real world environmental problems and solutions. Read more »
The Douglass-DIMACS Computing Corps focuses on helping women succeed in computing while providing them with the opportunity to give back to the community and practice leadership. Throughout the year, students will work with CS faculty and graduate students to design and carry out fun and interactive group activities for middle school girls to excite them about computing. Read more »
Graduate Mentors-In-Residence support the mission of the Douglass Project and help guide students toward success in undergraduate science majors. Read more »
Looking to expand your horizons, as well as your education? The Douglass Project supports students interested in international exchanges through its involvement in STEM-related programs and initiatives. Read more »
The Douglass Project encourages undergraduate women to apply for opportunities in research. Read more »
Dedicated to the success of women in STEM fields, the STEM Ambassadors are a group of student leaders that help the Douglass Project plan programs and workshops. Read more »