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Veronica I. Arreola

Director, Women In Science and Engineering Program

University of Illinois at Chicago

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University of Illinois at Chicago

901 West Roosevelt Road Room B-60 Peb

Chicago, Illinois,60608

United States

Company Description

The University of Illinois at Chicago is a Carnegie research one university located in the heart of a great American and global city. With 29,000 students and 15 colleges, UIC is Chicago's largest university and one of the nation's most diverse. Deeply committ...more

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Employment History

Social Media Consultant and Freelance Writer

me.com Inc


Affiliations

National Organization for Women

Vice President and Acting - Treasurer of the Chicago Chapter


Women

Board Member


The Aparecio Foundation

Board Member


Chicago Foundation for Women

Board Member


WIMN

Board Member


Women's Media Center

Member of the Advisory Board


VivalaFeminista.com

Founder


Leadership Illinois

Member


Education

Women's Media Center's Progressive Women


science , technology , engineering and mathematics

University of Illinois-Chicago


MPA

public administration

University of Illinois at Chicago


Ph.D.

Public Administration


bachelors

UIC


masters degree

UIC


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Global Youth Ambassadors Summit | Chicago Sister Cities International | Bringing the World to Chicago and Chicago to the World

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They participated in a zine-making workshop for personal storytelling with Monica Trinidad; advocacy discussions with Brian Stahulak and Maria Rivera of Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago and the Illinois Caucus for Adolescent Health; a tour of 1871 with a focus on girls in STEM; project work at the YouMedia Learning Space at the Harold Washington Library Center; a workshop with Global Girls, Inc.; a workshop with Assata's Daughters; a panel presentation on activism with Maria Pesqueira of Mujeres Latinas en Acción and Tanya Cabrera & Veronica Arreola of the University of Illinois at Chicago; and a panel discussion with Orla Mc Breen, Consul General of Ireland to the US Midwest, and Vuyiswa Tulelo, Consul General of South Africa in Chicago.


WIMN | Staff and Board Members

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Veronica I. Arreola Veronica I. Arreola is a member of the Northwest Suburban (Chicago) chapter of the National Organization for Women (NOW), and has served as vice-president and acting-treasurer of the Chicago chapter of NOW. She also served one year on the national NOW board, representing the Great Lakes region. The first member of her family to attend college, she is a double graduate from the University of Illinois at Chicago (BS in liberal arts & sciences, MPA in public administration, both with concentrations in women's studies), and is currently the program coordinator for the UIC Women In Science & Engineering Program. An active member of the UIC campus, Arreola has served on the Chancellor's Committee on the Status of Women, the Chancellor's Committee on the Status of Latino's Latina Network Committee, and is a vocal supporter of PRIDE. Prior to her tenure at UIC, Arreola spent three years at the Field Museum of Natural History on a National Science Foundation funded internship in zoology. She has represented NOW on local radio (WSCR and WLUW), local television (FOX News in the Morning) and in the Chicago Tribune and Chicago Sun-Times.


Browse Topics: Education | SheSource

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Veronica Arreola
Veronica Arreola University of Illinois at Chicago Director, Women in Science & Engineering


Global Youth Ambassadors Summit | Chicago Sister Cities International | Bringing the World to Chicago and Chicago to the World

chicagosistercities.com [cached]

They participated in a zine-making workshop for personal storytelling with Monica Trinidad; advocacy discussions with Brian Stahulak and Maria Rivera of Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago and the Illinois Caucus for Adolescent Health; a tour of 1871 with a focus on girls in STEM; project work at the YouMedia Learning Space at the Harold Washington Library Center; a workshop with Global Girls, Inc.; a workshop with Assata's Daughters; a panel presentation on activism with Maria Pesqueira of Mujeres Latinas en Acción and Tanya Cabrera & Veronica Arreola of the University of Illinois at Chicago; and a panel discussion with Orla Mc Breen, Consul General of Ireland to the US Midwest, and Vuyiswa Tulelo, Consul General of South Africa in Chicago.


How to Get More Women Into STEM Fields: Q&A with Veronica Arreola - Chicago Woman magazine

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A conversation with Veronica Arreola, an advocate working on behalf of bringing more women into the STEM arena and encouraging young girls to embrace their scientific interests and love of numbers.
But it is women like Veronica Arreola who are on the front lines and making a difference. As the director of Women in Science and Engineering and the assistant director of the Center for Research on Women and Gender at University of Illinois-Chicago, Arreola's mission is to bring more women into this male-dominated arena. FW:Chicago spoke with her about her work and why parents should let their daughters get dirty and break things. In addition to her work at UIC, Veronica also writes a blog, Viva La Feminista, about feminism, motherhood, and her work getting girls involved in STEM fields.


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