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Workshop on Women of Color in STEM
November 10, 2017
Washington, DC

Committee on Women in Science, Engineering, and Medicine Meeting
November 9-10, 2017
Washington, DC

Celebrating Women in Science and Recognizing L’ORÉAL USA Women in Science Fellows
November 9, 2017
Washington, DC

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Committee on Women in Science, Engineering, and Medicine
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Washington, DC 20001
Tel: 202.334.2389
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International Pathways for Women in STEM

Monday March 26, 2018
2:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.

National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine
Keck Center 100
500 5th Street Northwest, Washington, DC, 20001

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Women across the globe have always had a place in science, technology, engineering, and medicine, but historically, they were often not credited for their work and were effectively silenced. With the increasing recognition of the importance of engaging and inspiring women in science, the international science community has sought out various pathways to gender equity and inclusion in STEM fields.

As part of the celebration of women’s history month, the National Academies of Science, Engineering, and Medicine will host a conversation exploring the intersection of international and women’s issues in STEM fields.

We welcome Rita Colwell as our Keynote speaker to discuss her own experiences in science, as well as a panel discussion and conversation with the audience.

The presentations will be followed by coffee, tea, and refreshments and an invitation to discuss some of the most important issues facing women in STEM around the globe.

We hope you will join us in giving a voice to some of the unique and shared experiences from women along their own paths. Participants will come away with strategies for navigating pathways in their own workplaces and communities, and renewed hope that together we can build on past successes towards a more equitable—and inclusive—future in STEM.


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