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WomenbelongatRensselaer.Frompre-collegetothetenuretrackRensselaerprovidesanetworkofsupporttowomeninterestedinmakingacareerin sciencetechnologyengineeringandmathematicsSTEMfields.LongbeforetheflurryofcampusvisitsandcollegeapplicationsDesignYourFutureDay introducesteenagewomentoacademicprogramsandcareersinSTEM.TheWomenatRensselaerMentorProgramhelpsincomingundergraduateand graduatesciencestudentsmakeasmoothtransitionwiththeaidandinsightofmoreexperiencedfemalepeers.AndRensselaerwonthesupportofthe NationalScienceFoundationforRAMP-UPReformingAdvancementthroughUniversityProfessionsagroundbreakingprogramtoadvancewomen atRensselaerfromjuniorpositionstofullprofessorshipswithfacultycoachesworkshopsadvocacyandcareercampaignawards. Professor Katz feels that women have an intrinsic talent for scienceparticularly evident in her area of micropaleontology. In 1943 Rensselaer participated in the Curtiss-Wright Cadette program. The cadettes were math and science students recruited from top universities by the Curtiss-Wright Corporation a leader in aircraft manufacturing.