Externally Hosted Event

When You Picture a Scientist, Who Do You See? A panel conversation on advancing diversity and inclusion in STEM

The Picture a Scientist producer Ro Co films has shared the exciting opportunity of upcoming live virtual event on March 24th in partnership with ProQuest and Scientific American, featuring Dr. Raychelle Burks, and Dr. Jane Willenbring, and Nobel prize-winning chemist Dr. Jennifer Doudna. #WomenInSTEM #PictureAScientist

Register: https://www.choice360.org/webinars/when-you-picture-a-scientist-who-do-you-see/

SPE-GCS Spring 2021 Hiring Event

The SPE-GCS will be partnering with Texas Workforce Solutions and over 30 other professional organizations to make this event inclusive and representative of the industry segment. Registration is currently open for Employers, Sponsors, and Government Agencies. Experienced oil and gas professionals who are members of one of the collaborating organizations can participate in the event as jobseekers. For the first time ever, the Hiring Event will be free for both employers and job seekers.

For more information about the event, location, time, registration, participants, visit the website: https://www.spegcs.org/hiring-event/

Stories and Advice from Inside the Patent Process

If you or a colleague is planning to file a patent, join a conversation with our expert panel including Dr. Tina Dorr, partner and patent attorney with Cantor Colburn (and former biochemist); Dr. Sharon Hausdorff, VP and Chief IP Counsel at Teva Pharmaceuticals, a registered US patent agent and Israeli patent attorney; and Emily Kinser, a lab manager at 3M and former IBM Master Inventor with 50 Issued US patents and another 19 pending!

How to get involved in policy from the bench

If you’re a scientist and interested in learning how to engage in the policymaking process then join the Bethesda, DC, and Philadelphia chapters of AWIS for a virtual panel discussion on February 18, 6-7 PM EST! Our expert panelists will describe how they work with scientists to advance policy and answer your questions about their particular area of work in policy and advocacy. Once our group discussion winds down, we’ll have some time for networking.