WIS Career Panel, Connecticut, Wed Nov. 8

Laurel F. Appel lappel at mail.wesleyan.edu
Fri Nov 3 12:30:41 EST 2000

AWIS-CT and Wesleyan Women in Science & Hughes Program present:

"How to Get There From Here"
Paths and career choices available for new scientists

7 p.m. Wednesday, November 8, 2000
121 Science Center
Wesleyan University, Middletown

Panelists will be:
Sara Rockwell (Radiation Biologist, Yale University Medical School),
Ildiko Antal (Group Leader, Drug Discovery, Bristol-Myers Squibb)
Elga Wasserman (Chemist, Author, Lawyer)
Stephanie Shakofsky (Hydrologist, Middlesex County Soil & Water 
Conservation District)

The program is free and all are welcome. For more information call or e-mail
Dr. Joann B. Sweasy at (203) 737-2626, joann.sweasy at yale.edu
or Dr. Laurel F. Appel at (860) 685-3258, lappel at wesleyan.edu.

For Directions, a campus map and more information, visit 

AWIS is dedicated to the achievement of equity and full participation 
of women in all areas of science and technology.  The national, 
non-profit organization was founded 27 years ago.
Wesleyan Women in Science is open to to all members of the Wesleyan community
who are interested in issues affecting women in science, or in 
participating in our various activities, regardless of major, degree, 
or gender.

Laurel F. Appel
108 Hall-Atwater                lappel at wesleyan.edu,
Department of Biology           tel: 860-685-3258
Shanklin & Hall-Atwater Labs    fax: 860-685-2141
Wesleyan University		http://lappel.web.wesleyan.edu/
237 Church Street
Middletown, CT 06459

Faculty Advisor, Wesleyan Women in Science
Programs Coordinator, Wesleyan Hughes Program in the Life Sciences, 
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