What does it take to be a successful women within the STEM community? What opportunities and challenges come with this? We bring this to discussion with 5 eager panelists with their own unique story
Wednesday, 5th February 2020 at 5:30pm
We will have 6 panelists discussing what it is to be a woman in STEM: the bias, the challenges, the accomplishments.
Each panelist brings their own unique story across various disciplines (Physics, Engineering and Biology) to inspire women in their role within academia and industry.
Catriona McAllister: PhD student in School of Physics and Astronomy
Fai Johnson: Undergraduate student in School of Engineering
Rachael Hewitt: Senior Scientist at Merck
Sally Ferguson: Undergraduate student in School of Engineering
Sarah Croke: Senior Lecturer in School of Physics and Astronomy
Teteh Champion PhD student in School of Engineering
When: Wednesday 5th February 5:30 - 7pm
Where: James Watt South Building room 526
Schedule: 5:30 - 6pm FREE tea, coffee, biscuits outside 526 meet and greet
6 - 7pm Panel Discussion
If you have any questions regarding the event, please do not hesitate to contact the UofG PhD society on the following platforms:
Facebook: UofG PhD Society page
Or you can contact us via our website at: https://uofgphdsociety.wixsite.com/mysite
Look forward to seeing you all there!
Wednesday, February 5th 2020
Bookings close: February 5th 2020