The Massachusetts Chapter of AWIS (MASS AWIS) celebrated its 10th Anniversary on Saturday, September 20, 2014, at the Boston Marriott Cambridge Hotel.
Welcoming remarks by MASS AWIS Vice-President, Dr. Tooba Cheema
Welcoming remarks were given by Dr. Tooba Cheema, the Vice-President of MASS AWIS, followed by introductory remarks given by Dr. Beth Hovey, the President of MASS AWIS, that highlighted the accomplishments of MASS AWIS during the past 10 years. Dr. Karen Page, a Past-President of MASS AWIS and the representative of the Platinum Sponsor Pfizer, discussed how Pfizer has advanced women in science by supporting MASS AWIS’ Programming, particularly the Mentoring Program.
Start your New Year with this stimulating, thought-provoking Career Conversation!
"The Seriousness of Science and Why Women Shouldn't Smile"
Hazel Sive Ph.D. is Professor of Biology at MIT and Member of the Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research. She received her B.Sc. Hons. from the University of Witwatersrand in Johannesburg, South Africa and her Ph.D. from Rockefeller University, New York. Her research focuses on development of the face and brain, and on neurodevelopmental disorders. She teaches Introductory Biology to undergraduates and Developmental Biology to graduate students. She is Founding Director of the MIT-South Africa Program, and chairs several MIT committees that address education and career trajectories of students and postdocs.
Is your resume good enough to get you in the door? This event will be an interactive workshop to help attendees understand how to best format their resume to maximize their chances of getting an interview.
This resume workshop is led by Dr. Colin White, CSO of Parcell Labs and founder of White Consulting, LLC, a company catering to scientists who wish to move out of the academic environment. His team works with clients to advise them on topics relevant to making this transition, such as networking, resume and cover letter writing, interview skills, and contract negotiation.
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The 10th Annual Massachusetts Conference for Women will be Thurs., Dec. 4, 2014, at the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center. The Conference features motivational keynote speeches, engaging workshops and panel discussions that cover a vast range of topics specifically designed for women, including healthcare, leadership, managing change, finding work life balance and personal finance.
Register online at MAConferenceForWomen.org
Registration includes access to all keynote and breakout sessions, the Career Pavilion, Health & Wellness Pavilion and the exhibit hall.
**MASS AWIS members are eligible for the early bird registration price of $150 until online registration closes (which is typically midnight the day before the Conference) or when the Conference sells out. Please use the promo code SG14MA to receive this rate.