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Fall Conference Leads to Opportunities to Present Results at National Conference

January 11, 2013

The first ADVANCE Hispanic Women in STEM NETWORKing Conference, San Juan, Puerto Rico, was held October 4-6, 2012.  

IMG_7687Results from the conference will be shared at the Annual NSF AWIS ADVANCE Program Workshop in Alexandria, VA, March 3-5, 2013.  Fifty women participated in the workshop in San Juan in August. The agenda included interactive workshops, identification of needs, inclusive family activities, and role-playing negotiation exercises.  There were faculty participants from 14 institutions across Puerto Rico. We will upload the poster with conference results following the presentation.  We will be poster #47 and we will present on Monday, March 4, between 5:30 and 7:00 PM EST.  We’re planning a follow-up meeting with conference participants  in Spring 2013. Professional development opportunities that will be available to participants from our ADVANCE workshop will be shared through email and posted on this website as appropriate. We thank all of the women who shared time with us and we look forward to continuing to work together to ADVANCE!

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Our Twitter page was launched on January 11, 2013:

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See what they’re doing at ADVANCE Northeastern:

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Past news from ADVANCE Purdue, Presidential Early Career awards for Scientists and Engineers (PECASE):

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ADVANCE at Brown posted their climate study last summer:

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