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.
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."
Professor of Bioengineering,
February 4, 2010
A Panel Discussion on the Challenges and Rewards of Being a Woman in Science And Engineering."
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."
Howard Hughs Medical Institute, Plant/ Biology Laboratory, The Salk Institute
January 16, 2008
"On Being a Women in Science."
Carolyn Bertozzi, |
T.Z. and Imgard Chu
Distinguished Professor of Chemistry, University of Berkeley
October 18, 2006
"What Women in Science Want."
Dean Sharon Long,|
Professor of Biological Sciences, and Professor of Biochemistry,
October 18, 2005
Do I Belong? Imagining Yourself in the World of Science."
Elizabeth Blackburn, |
Professor of Biochemistry and Biophysics, University of California
May 17, 2005
"On Being a Scientist."
Bonnie Bassler, |
Professor of Molecular Biology,
April 26, 2004
"Building your scientific reputation."