As part of EFSC's commitment to provide a safe and positive college experience for every student, EFSC now requires all currently enrolled students to participate in an important online training program called "Think About It." Visit the course information page to learn more about its content and login to the myEFSC Portal before the December 1 deadline to begin the course.

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The Women in Science and Engineering (WiSE) program at Eastern Florida State College is committed to the recruitment, retention, and advancement of under-represented groups pursuing careers in science and engineering. WiSE is open to all students.

Undergraduate Research Exhibition Flyer
Participate in the Fall
Undergraduate Research
Exhibition on Nov. 30.
Click to view flyer!

WiSE programs are independently run at colleges and universities nationwide. As scientists and educators, we have seen programs like this have a very positive effect in inspiring and mentoring students pursuing careers in science and engineering. In coming years, we will expand our WiSE program at EFSC to include career workshops, job and resume databases, scholarships, and undergraduate research.

The WiSE program is for Eastern Florida students. Tell us how we can aid you in your career path towards science and engineering.

Get Involved With Research

Learn how to conduct scientific research at EFSC. Conducting research as an undergraduate student provides knowledge and experience, employment contacts and possible publications that follow you to future schools and employment.

Interested? Visit the Office of Undergraduate Research web section, take a Spring 2016 research course, consider a summer research opportunity and you can also contact Dr. Ashley Spring via email or 321-433-5935.

Contact WiSE

Dr. Ashley Spring, Biology Instructor
Eastern Florida State College
3865 N. Wickham Road, #5-142
Melbourne, FL 32934

To join the WiSE email list send your first & last name and email to Dr. Spring.


Coming Up:
Seminars & Workshops





Tuesday, November 8, 1:15 PM - 2 PM
Topic: Cancer Biology
Dr. James Thomas, Cancer Biologist, 
National Institute of Health
Location: Melbourne Campus, Bldg. 4 Auditorium

View more Fall Term 2016 Events

For more information contact: Dr. Ashley Spring

Career Development Workshops focus on career selection, resume building and graduate schools. Please contact Dr. Spring to suggest career workshop topics.