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April Professional Development Webinars from the Association for Women in Science

March 24, 2013

Hi All,

Just wanted to put up a quick note about some upcoming professional development webinars put on by the Association for Women in Science (AWIS).  I have been meaning to highlight these for a while and there are a bunch of great ones coming up in April, so I figured now was as good of a time as any!  You do have to be a member, but the membership fee goes directly into putting on these webinars, and other programming and advocacy for Women in STEMM, so it is not a bad thing to invest in :).    Plus, all past webinars are recorded and available for viewing.

Some upcoming topics are:

Monday, April 1 – 3:00 PM-4:00 PM EDT
Mentoring in STEM and the PAESMEM Awards
Speaker: Dr. Jessie A. DeAro, Program Director, PAESMEM Team Lead, National Science Foundation

Wednesday, April 10 – 1:00 PM-2:00 PM EDT
Useful Topics for Managers – Why Effective Communication Will Save You
Speaker: Dr. Joanne Kamens, Executive Director, Addgene

Wednesday, April 17 – 12 Noon-1:00 PM EDT
Time Management and Productivity
Speaker: Dr. Mara Jeffress, Career and Professional Development Coach, “Career Talk” Columnist for AWIS National Magazine

Tuesday, April 23 – 10:00 AM-11:00 AM EDT
Bouncing Back . . .Career Strategies for Increased Resilience
Speaker: Liz Benfanti, ACC, CPC, ELI-MP, Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching

Friday, April 26 – 12 Noon-1:00 PM EDT
So I Have my Ph.D . . .Now What?
Speaker: Dr. Susan Carson, Founder and President, SMART Leadership Coaching

Further details about the webinars and registration:


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