Next event: Kate Scholberg: How to Give a Good (Scientific) Talk
Date: Tuesday, March 4
Time: 1-2 pm
Location: French 2237
Dr. Kate Scholberg of Duke Physics joins us to speak on the art of speaking well.
Tuesday, March 4th
The Take The Lead Challenge Launch Event is designed to inspire and propel women to step into their own power to close the pay and leadership gaps. We're hosting a live webstream viewing party in support of this awesome event!
Featuring Lean In author Sheryl Sandberg! Food will be served.
Join mindfulness experts Holly Rogers and Jennie Dickson for a seminar on self-compassion--just in time for Valentine's Day. Refreshments will be served!
Thursday, February 13
Gray Hall 228
This spring we're adding a new twist to our usual WiSE & Cheese event--bring a special someone whose gender is different than your own. You know, like a sorority date night, but less normative.
Thursday, January 23th
***6:15-8 pm*** Note slightly later start time!!!
Snacks and beverages, both alcoholic and non, will be served. Hope to see you there!
Dr. Tanya Smith is an associate professor at Harvard University's Department of Human Evolutionary Anthropology and chairs the Physical Anthropology Women's Mentoring Network.
Monday, January 13
French Science 2237
Check out this recent interview with Dr. Smith, where she speaks about her work and the challenges women are facing in her field.