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Announced on the WMST-L listserv: Women & Science/Technology Policy Seminar in Washington, DC The Public Leadership Education Network (PLEN) will be holding its Women & Science/Technology Policy Seminar January 4-8, 2010 for women science majors who want to explore what life is like as a science advisor. This is a one-of-a-kind opportunity for women students…

UPDATE: Pat Campbell has asked that if you did take the survey initially when it was returning 404 errors, and you subsequently re-took it, drop her an email and she will send you cookies! She has promised to send cookies to the first 10 of my readers who had to retake the survey, if you…

Links for 4-3-2009

Scads of stuff I don’t have time to blog adequately… Johns Hopkins Provost Kristina Johnson was nominated by President Obama to be under secretary of the Department of Energy in mid-March. From the email press release: She is a distinguished researcher, best known for pioneering work — with widespread scientific and commercial application — in…

Karen Ventii has posted information about how to join our session online at the conference wiki. Here’s the details: [The Gender and Race in Science Blogging] session will be broadcast LIVE on Saturday January 19 at 11am on Ustream.tv. Please tune in and participate online. Please note that you DO NOT have to register on…

We Want Your Questions/Input For Our Panel!

Karen Ventii of Science to Life and I are hosting a panel next weekend at the NC Science Blogging Conference, and we’d like your input. The title of the panel is “Gender and Race in Science“. I think it was supposed to be “Gender and Race in Science Blogging” but oh well. We can make…

Best Practices: Minorities in Research Careers

I got an announcement over the WEPAN listserv about a National Research Council workshop: I am pleased to inform you about a National Research Council workshop on “Understanding Interventions that Encourage Minorities to Pursue Research Careers: Major Questions and Appropriate Methods” that will be held on May 3-4, 2007, at the National Academies in Washington…