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From GSBS to Washington: A Career in Science Policy
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From GSBS to Washington: A Career in Science Policy

From GSBS to Washington: A Career in Science Policy Join GSBS Alum Joye Purser, PhD as she discusses her experience working as a congressional staffer, agency analyst, White House budget examiner, non-profit advocate, and lobbyist. When: Tuesday, May 29, noon-1 pm Where: BSRB S3.8371 (GSBS Large Classroom), 6767 Bertner, Houston, TX 77030 RSVP HERE! For … Continue reading

2018-2019 Executive Board Election Results and Party!
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2018-2019 Executive Board Election Results and Party!

The results are IN! Thank you to all who voted in the 2018-2019 AWIS GCH Executive Board Elections! We had a wonderful group of nominees, and are excited to announce our new officers!  President – Delphine Boulbes, PhD Treasurer – Kristen Park, BSN, RN Secretary – Charuta Kale, MS, MPH Chair, Fundraising  – Georgina To’a Salazar, PhD Chair, Outstanding Women in Science – Efrosini … Continue reading

Workshop: How to Get Noticed and Get Recruited
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Workshop: How to Get Noticed and Get Recruited

AWIS GCH Workshop Series: How to Get Noticed and Get Recruited   Learn valuable tips on how to build a strong online professional presence and stand out to recruiters   When: Thursday, April 19, 2018, 5-6:30 pm Where: Mitchell Building, BSRB Large Classroom S3.8371, 6767 Bertner Ave, Houston, TX 77030   RSVP HERE   Chapter members: … Continue reading

Deadline Extended: 2018-2019 Call for Officer Nominations!
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Deadline Extended: 2018-2019 Call for Officer Nominations!

The Association for Women in Science Gulf Coast Houston chapter is excited to announce our 2018-2019 Call for Officer Nominations! Nominations are due Friday, April 13! The AWIS GCH is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization represented by over 165 women and men members who are at different career levels (high school, undergraduates, graduates, and professionals) in diverse … Continue reading