Women in Science: Surviving – Even Thriving – This Fall

Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)hosted by Christian Women in Science, Emerging Scholars Network, and Women in the Academy and Professions

Historically, the STEM fields have not been a friendly place for women. Though much progress has been made, many graduate programs, departments, labs, and disciplines continue to be fraught with challenges and the last eighteen months have added layers of complexity and difficulty. More than ever, women need to connect with, learn from, and advocate for one another.

Join us for a virtual event as we hear from women from a variety of institutions and programs as they share with us their experiences and advice for thriving as women called by God into science. Following a moderated panel discussion, there will be opportunity for Q & A with the panelists and breakout discussion groups.

Saturday, October 2
11:00 am - 12:30 pm (EDT)

Hosted on Zoom

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Panelists

Dr. Ellane Park

Associate Professor of Chemistry
Rollins College

BA, Chemistry, Wellesley College
MA, Chemistry, Columbia Univeristy
MPhil, Chemistry, Columbia University
PhD, Materials Chemistry, Columbia University
Consultant, ClearView Healthcare Partners

 

 

 

Amy Whiteman Sherrill

Manager, Innovation and Research at Printpack

BS, Chemical Engineering/Minor in Spanish, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)                               MS, Chemical Engineering, Georgia Tech

 

 

 

 

Dr. Effat Zeidan

Assistant Professor of General Education/ Program Director of General Education
California Baptist University Online

BS, Chemistry, American University of Beirut
PhD, NanoScience, UNC Greensboro

 

 

 
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