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Consortium for Women and Research

 

The Consortium for Women and Research brings top-ranking women scientists to campus to discuss their research and to meet with faculty and graduate students for a lively and thoughtful conversation about the issues that women scientists face and the best strategies for dealing with them.

picture of Carol W. Greider Carol W. Greider,
Professor of Molecular Biology and Genetics, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
October 10, 2011
"Following your curiosity: Challenges and rewards for women in science."

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picture of Rebecca Richards-Kortum Rebecca Richards-Kortum,
Professor of Bioengineering,
Rice University
February 4, 2010
A Panel Discussion on the Challenges and Rewards of Being a Woman in Science And Engineering."

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picture of Joanne Chory Susan F. Wood,
Department of Environmental and Occupational Health , George Washington University
May 13, 2009
"The Success of Women Scientist in the 21st Century: Random Walks in Biology."
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picture of Joanne Chory Joanne Chory,
Howard Hughs Medical Institute, Plant/ Biology Laboratory, The Salk Institute
January 16, 2008
"On Being a Women in Science."
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picture of Carolyn Bertozzi Carolyn Bertozzi,
T.Z. and Imgard Chu
Distinguished Professor of Chemistry, University of Berkeley

October 18, 2006
"What Women in Science Want."
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picture of Dean Sharon Long Dean Sharon Long,
Professor of Biological Sciences, and Professor of Biochemistry,
Stanford University

October 18, 2005
Do I Belong?  Imagining Yourself in the World of Science."
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picture of Elizabeth Blackburn Elizabeth Blackburn,
Professor of Biochemistry and Biophysics, University of California
San Francisco

May 17, 2005
"On Being a Scientist."
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picture of Bonnie Bassler Bonnie Bassler,
Professor of Molecular Biology,
Princeton University

April 26, 2004
"Building your scientific reputation."
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