Women in Science Networking Event

Don't miss this popular event, which provides an insightful and informational presentation along with ample time for networking. This year's featured speaker is plenary speaker, Paula T. Hammond, MIT, Department of Chemical Engineering. 

Research and Life Matters: Seeking Passion and Sanity in Career

Tuesday, July 18 from 4:30 - 6:00 p.m.

*Additional registration, payment, and ticket required.

 

Paula T. Hammond

MIT, Department of Chemical Engineering

Scientific and engineering careers provide some of the greatest outlets for creativity, discovery, and fulfillment. Although there are many challenges to seeking a career in a field that can be both inspiring and, at times, discouraging, there are also strategies and perspectives that can help provide grounding and leverage efforts toward success. Flexibility is essential in the ways in which we connect research, life, career, family, and other passions at different stages of life. These and any other issues regarding research or broader aspects of career will be discussed.

Previous Women in Science Guest Lectures

2016

Helen Burt

University of British Columbia, Canada

My Academic Journey: Lessons Learned

2015

Begoña Carreño

Novartis Pharma AG

There is Light on the Dark Side: A Journey Through Big Pharma

2014

Danchen Gao

AbbVie Inc.

In the Middle of Difficulty Lies Opportunity

2012

Diane Burgess, University of Connecticut
Debra Bingham, Valeo Partners
Susan Cady, Merial Ltd.
Ruth Schmid, SINTEF

Perceptions and Perspectives Panel Discussion

2011

Sujuan Ba

National Foundation for Cancer Research

Forging a Path on the Road Less Traveled by a Scientist

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