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Women Leading Change: Addressing Science Inequities in African Americans

Virtual Event

Join us for an insightful roundtable discussion addressing science-related inequities impacting African Americans. Celebrate Black History Month and gain valuable perspectives from women actively working to tackle these challenges and foster positive change. Together, we will explore strategies to address

Free

Looking your best on paper: Building a Resume for Industry and CV for Academia

MIT, Ford Building (E19) 400 Main St. Room E19-319, Cambridge, MA, United States

Join us for an exciting event where we'll show you how to create a stellar resume for industry and a top-notch CV for academia. Whether you're a student, a recent graduate, or a professional looking to switch careers, this event

$15 – $50

INNOVATION, ENTREPRENEURSHIP, AND IMPACT – Part I

Northeastern University EXP, Room 401 815 Columbus Avenue, Boston, MA, United States

Join us for SNACKS & CHATS for PART I of a two-part MASS AWIS Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Impact (IEI) Program. This introductory in-person workshop series is designed not only to help participants to operationalize their ideas but to address multiple

Quieting the Inner Critic: Virtual Workshop with Francesca Carlin

Virtual (online platform)

Learn To Control Your Inner Voice and Overcome Self Critic Do you often hesitate to take risks or find yourself putting things off? Does that nagging voice inside your head demand perfection? Do you feel like your own worst critic?

$7.5 – $15

INNOVATION, ENTREPRENEURSHIP, AND IMPACT – Part II

Margaret Cheney Room, MIT 77 Massachusetts Ave. Building 3 Rooms 308/310, Cambridge, MA, United States

Join us for SNACKS & CHATS for PART II of a two-part MASS AWIS Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Impact (IEI) Program. This introductory in-person workshop series is designed not only to help participants to operationalize their ideas but to address multiple

Free

Navigating the Academic Journey: Empowering Postdocs on the Path to Tenure Track Success

Virtual (online platform)

While women have achieved parity in earning doctoral degrees, a noticeable gender gap persists in academia, where women continue to face challenges in securing tenure positions, gaining access to publication opportunities, and attaining leadership roles. Join Dr. Sang Won Park, Dr.

$15 – $25

Massachusetts Science & Engineering Fair

Gillette Stadium 1 Patriot Place, Foxborough, MA, United States

Massachusetts Science + Engineering Fair (MSEF) is seeking STEM academics and professionals as volunteer judges for the Science & Engineering Fairs. This is a unique opportunity to show support for youth STEM education, create a shared experience across teams, and

Join Me For Coffee with Ashley Ogawa & Indrani Mukherjee

Flour Bakery Cambridge St 209 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA, United States

Join Me for Coffee is a long-running series at MASS AWIS that provides a great opportunity for women in science who are seeking career development or simply inspiration. Participants will not only learn about that person’s career but also establish

$7.5 – $20

Join Me For Coffee with Lorena Pantano

Flour Bakery Cambridge St 209 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA, United States

Join Me for Coffee is a long-running series at MASS AWIS that provides a great opportunity for women in science who are seeking career development or simply inspiration. Participants will not only learn about that person’s career but also establish

$7.5 – $20

Mindfulness, Compassion & Resiliency Intersecting Women in Science

Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University 125 Arborway, Boston, MA, United States

As women in STEM, we constantly seek to cultivate our resilience to reduce our daily stress, shatter stereotypes, stand up for our rights and gain more visibility. Improved resilience helps us to ground and create time for ourselves which in

$15 – $25

MASS AWIS is the Massachusetts Chapter of the National Association for Women in Sciences. Our mission is to support women in all scientific fields and to achieve equity and full participation for women in science, mathematics, engineering, and technology. Our events and membership are open for the public regardless of their gender, professional background, or career level.