Upcoming 2019 Women in Science Symposium – April 25, 2019
Join a community of men & women from the Northern Colorado to engage in this half-day event and network with others from academic & industry backgrounds interested in promoting gender equality.
The 2019 Women in Science Symposium will be held on April 25, 2019 from 1 – 6 p.m. at the Colorado State University Lory Student Center Theater. Featuring Phyllis Wise, Nancy Haigwood and Jan Leach, each speaker brings a unique perspective as a leader in science… whether that be in academia, the biotechnology and pharmaceutical sector, or the non-profit sector. Learn more about each of our 2019 WISS speakers.
Upcoming Innovating Minds Lecture: ‘Women in Clean Energy’ June 13, 2019 4:30 – 6:30 p.m.
The Innovating Minds Lecture Series hosts leaders from all platforms in academia, industry, policy, NGOs and more… as they share their path to success and innovation. Each hour-long lecture is complimentary, followed by networking with fellow attendees and appetizers. Register for the June 13, 2019 ‘Women in Clean Energy’ Innovating Minds Lecture.
The next upcoming Innovating Minds Lecture will be held at the CSU Powerhouse Energy Campus, centered around the theme of ‘Women in Clean Energy’ on evening of June 13, 2019. Executive Director of the Colorado Energy Research Collaboratory, Maury Dobbie, will give a talk titled ‘Many Ups and Downs: My Journey in Finding a Purpose In Clean Energy’, followed by 3 minute presentations from top Pretty Brainy MISSion Innovation teams. A guided tour of the CSU Powerhouse will also be available.
Women in Science… Pass it on!
Learn about the Women in Science Career Issues group concept, established at Colorado State University and starting in the Northern Colorado community. The WiSCI Network has created a Career Issues Group Starter Kit with suggestions and group discussion resources to create your very own CI group. Feel free to contact us if you would like more information, we are here to help you establish your own group!
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