Sep
29
2020

Join National AWIS for a webinar with Marie Benedict, New York Times bestselling author.

 

Through a combination of research and storytelling, Marie Benedict is on a mission to unearth the untold stories of brilliant women like Mileva Einstein and Hedy Lamarr. 

What lessons can you learn from these historical women in science and apply to your career? Join us on September 29th to find out! 

In this live Q&A, Marie will discuss why she has chosen this mission, the books she has written, and the recurring hurdles that women in science and other fields continue to surmount:

  • gender discrimination
  • self-efficacy
  • career pivots
  • work-life integration
  • racial discrimination (a theme at the center of her upcoming June 2021 book release)

 REGISTER NOW

This event is free for AWIS members. 

Please use code: AWISMEMBER2020 when registering.

 

12 PM Pacific at

Virtual Webinar

Oct
13
2020

National AWIS is excited to announce a film screening of Picture a Scientist exclusively for AWIS members and prospective members followed by a Q&A with directors and cast on October 13 at 10 am PDT.

This feature-length documentary, selected for the Tribeca Film Festival, chronicles the journey of three women scientists and their experiences with overt harassment and implicit bias. It also includes supporting data and insights from twenty other science luminaries working to make science more diverse and inclusive. 

Register today for this special event. 

Following the film, join the Q&A for an engaging, behind the scenes conversation about: 

  • What inspired the film 
  • What impacts the film is having on the scientific community 
  • Implications for all women in science and what’s next

10 am PDT at

Virtual

Oct
21
2020

Join Seattle AWIS and speaker Carolina Heimann as we we dive into immunooncology research.

Immuno-oncology (IO) is one of the most promising areas of cancer research, with IO-based treatments demonstrating high efficacy within certain cancer types and subsets of patients. To broaden the utility of these therapies to more patients, fundamental research is required to improve our understanding of tumor-immune interactions—allowing the next-generation of therapeutics and treatment strategies to emerge.

All Seattle AWIS events are Free and Welcome All

Register Here

Nov
18
2020

Seattle AWIS is excited to announce Effective Presentation with Carole Scandella, a Speech-Language Pathologist.

More details and registration coming soon!

Film screening, Picture a Scientist