Established in 1986, the Douglass Project for Rutgers Women in Math, Science & Engineering is an award-winning program that provides support and encouragement for undergraduate women pursuing degrees and careers in mathematics, science, engineering, and technology. The program’s ultimate goal is to increase the participation of Rutgers Women in STEM. The Douglass Project provides women in the STEM-related fields with personal, professional, and leadership development opportunities and provides support systems that encourage women to recognize their abilities, attain their educational goals, and ultimately pursue careers in the STEM fields.
Douglass Project for Rutgers Women in Math, Science, and Engineering
Beginning with a three-year grant from the New Jersey Department of Higher Education, the Douglass Project proposed to provide support programs for women taking math, biology, chemistry, and physics courses necessary for a math or science major. Read more »
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. Read more »