Contagion: A Science Movie Interruption Event
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Contagion: A Science Movie Interruption Event

Contagion Screening with Taste of Science Houston! When: July 19, 2018, 6-9 pm  Where: Houston Health Museum, 1515 Hermann Dr, Houston, TX 77004 Join us and Taste of Science Houston for a screening of the movie Contagion with Professor and American Public Health Association Member Dr. Catherine Troisi providing intermittent commentary on the film’s finer, wronger … Continue reading

AWIS GCH 1st Tuesday Networking Event at Axelrad!
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AWIS GCH 1st Tuesday Networking Event at Axelrad!

1st Tuesday Networking Event at Axelrad! When: August 7, 2018, 6:30-8:30pm Where: Axelrad, 1517 Alabama St, Houston, TX 77004 RSVP at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/awis-gch-1st-tuesday-networking-at-axelrad-tickets-48074647565 A portion of the proceeds will be donated to AWIS GCH! From now on, the AWIS GCH Monthly networking will always be on the 1st Tuesday of the month! Come and try a different … Continue reading

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