Symposium on Communicating Science and Politics
March 31, 2017
The Duke Stories for Natural and People (SNAP) annual Spring Symposium, co-hosted with WiSE, will feature Sheril Kirshenbaum, co-author of the NYTimes best seller ‘Unscientific America: How Scientific Illiteracy Threatens our Future’, as the keynote speaker this year. In theme with Sheril’s book, we will be hosting several other speakers from Duke University to engage in a public discussion on the role of science communication and politics in the present-day scientific and public communities. For more information, contact Wout Salenbien (firstname.lastname@example.org).
“Being An Ally” Panel and Discussion
November 16, 2016
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 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.
Caroline Amoroso, Evolutionary Anthropology
Felix Nwogbo, Chemistry
Ranjay Jayadev, Molecular Cancer Biology
Scott Barish, Neurobiology
Victoria Nneji, Mechanical Engineering
See The Graduate School’s article on our event!
Photo courtesy of John Zhu.