Labor Pains - Fighting for Women in Science - Event Details
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Labor Pains - Fighting for Women in Science
Location: Campus Center 301
All are welcome to attend a panel discussion focussing on women in science. Topics to be covered include:
- Career options for a science degree
- What women scientists research
- Why women leave the sciences
Moderator: Dr. Celia Bardwell-Jones, Assistant Professor of Philosophy; Program Coordinator of Women's Studies
- Dr. Kathy Cooksey, PhD in Astronomy & Astrophysics, Assistant Professor of Physics and Astronomy
- Dr. Marianne Takamiya, PhD in Astronomy & Astrophysics, Associate Professor and Chair of Physics and Astronomy
- Dr Natalie Crist, PhD in Chemistry, Instructor of Chemistry
This event is sponsored by the American Association of University Women (AAUW), Hilo chapter, and the UH Hilo Women's Studies program
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