Bob and Dr. Daniel Fowler Head to Atlanta!

GAANN Fellow Bob Carden will join Duke Chemistry lab manager, Dr. Daniel Fowler, in Atlanta for the 2017 Cottrell Scholars Collaborative National Teaching Assistant Workshop!  The selection process was competitive and we are thrilled that Bob and Dr. Fowler were selected to attend!  We look forward to hearing about new developments in Teaching Assistance career development as well as improvements to the higher education enterprise upon their return!  Congratulations, Bob and Dr. Fowler!

 

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Nontraditional Career for STEM PhD’s event: May 9 at 5.30pm in Gross Hall

Join the Graduate Chemistry Council as they host the 3rd annual Nontraditional Careers for STEM PhDs event on May 9 at 5.30pm. Meet and network with professionals outside of traditional research circles. Learn about potential career options available and the skills necessary to translate your PhD into a new profession.  Their panel of experts have all made the transition out of academia and will be there to answer your questions.

 

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“Being an Ally”: Women in Science and Engineering 2017 Symposium

The goal of this year’s Symposium is to bring together scientists from many different backgrounds and experiences to take part in a conversation about allyship in STEM.  The event will feature a Keynote Address from Kelly LeMarie, M.S. entitled “Say Something: Allied Behavior Training”, where she will discuss research on the benefit of allies, and a De-Escalation Training Workshop that will provide participants with tangible ways to deal with situations of explicit and implicit bias. Register here for the Keynote and/or Workshop.

Each year we also like to use our Symposium as a time to highlight the exciting and interesting science that is being conducted at Duke with a poster session. We encourage scientists from all fields to apply to present.  Register here to present a poster.

 

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Congratulations, Dr. Roberts!!!

Congratulations to Dr. Julia Roberts, the most recent PhD recipient in the GAANN program!  Julia co-taught Chemistry 302 with Professor David Beratan and worked with Dr. Claire Siburt through the SAGE program throughout her GAANN experience.  Congratulations, Julia, and all the best in your next adventure!

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How to be a Better Colleague: Gender in the Workplace

Have you ever experienced or observed gender bias? What was your response?

Imagine you are a manager at your next job and are asked to develop a gender protocol. What would you include?

What aspects of the opposite gender are the most confusing to you? What aspects of your own gender are the most misunderstood by others?

 How does one define gender and is that different from sex?

  To discuss these and other questions you may have in an open & inclusive environment, join DICE’s next Deeper Discussion on Tuesday, February 28th from 4:30-6PM in Environment Hall 2102 (or Pilkey Conference Room at Beaufort Marine Lab). Food will be served. All faculty, staff and students are welcomed.

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Opportunity to Attend NextProf Science at University of Michigan!!

NextProf Science is aimed at future faculty—advanced doctoral students or postdoctoral fellows who are interested in an academic career in science at an exceptional academic research institution and who have demonstrated a commitment to diversity.

The science and mathematics departments of the U-M College of Literature, Science, and Arts will host about 50 future faculty participants on the U-M campus to show them the rewards of an academic career, help them understand the faculty search process, and connect them with faculty in their research area, as well as academic leaders, and other participants.

The NextProf Science 2017 workshop is free to participants. Travel, lodging, and meals will be covered by the program!!!

 

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WiSE Hosts Student Panel and Discussions – Ally in the Workplace (Nov. 16)

Have you ever needed an ally in the workplace or felt unsure about how to be an ally to your colleagues?

Join Women in Science and Engineering on November 16 for a conversation about being effective and successful allies in your graduate school workplace. The event will include a panel with five graduate students, followed by smaller group discussions led by Dr. Francisco Ramos about workplace bias. Attendees will earn two RCR credits.

Sign up at https://duke.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_0rl6NYt3FGKGA3H.

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Jon Lorsch, Director of NIGMS, to give special lecture: “Catalyzing the Modernization of Graduate Education in Biomedical Sciences” on October 27

Dr. Jon Lorsch, Director of the National Institute of General Medical Sciences at the National Institutes of Health, will visit Duke on Thursday, October 27 to give a special lecture titled “Catalyzing the Modernization of Graduate Education in the Biomedical Sciences”. The lecture will be at 3pm in Love Auditorium in the LSRC. Jon will also hold separate Q&A sessions for faculty and students earlier in the day (details forthcoming).

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Center for Multicultural Affairs (CMA) develops the MOSAIC 2016 CMA Guidebook

Take a look at what Duke first year undergraduate and graduate students are being introduced to at Duke. The Center for Multicultural Affairs (CMA) developed the MOSAIC 2016 CMA Guidebook to connect our students with affinity groups, religious life groups, and support services at Duke and throughout the Triangle.

CMA BOOKLET

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