Meet with Dr. Priscilla Nelson, Dept. Head and Professor Department of Mining Engineering, Colorado School of Mines, in UC Faculty Lounge East before her presentation at ATLSS.
RSVP for coffee, tea and dessert with our guest by January 21 via this link: http://doodle.com/2zdqhnvsy3t6dm2q.
Talk with other faculty about achieving tenure at Lehigh. While requirements vary based on discipline, there remain commonalities in achieving this career milestone. Lehigh ADVANCE co-hosts this event with the Faculty and Staff of Color Network.
UC306 from 12:00-1:30pm
Please RSVP by Feb12 with this link: http://doodle.com/tpciqzvpzy8rnyxr.
January 22 LU-WISE from 12-1:30 in UC 306.
Dr. Priscilla P. Nelson, Department Head and Professor in the Department of Mining Engineering at the Colorado School of Mines, Golden CO will present on "City Resiliency and Underground Space" January 26, 2015, from 2:45-4:00pm.
Sponsored by the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering and the Center for Advanced Technology for Large Structural Systems (ATLSS).
Location: ATLSS Building - IMBT Laboratories 101
ATLSS Engineering Research Center
117 ATLSS Drive
Bethlehem PA 18015
Launched in 2003 as the U.S. Fellowships component of the L’Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science International Fellowship program, the program aims to:
LU-WISE for November is rescheduled for Monday November 24.
This month's topic of interest is handling criticism. Please RSVP with this link by November 18: http://doodle.com/2w82z56iw5reiqft
First-timers are welcome!
The College of Engineering invites you to a PANEL DISCUSSION on Nov. 11, 4:10-5:30 p.m. Packard Lab 101 on the myths and changing realities for women in the engineering workforce. What does a career in science and engineering have in store for young women currently studying the field?
The November 7 ADVANCE Breakfast with STEM Department Chairs features Dr. Jeff Stone, University of Arizona, to talk about what really works when trying to counter implicit bias. The Department Chairs will discuss how best to apply this knowledge to their roles in continuing to improve processes and departmental climates for faculty, staff and students. November 7, UC304.
Professor Jennifer Swann, BIOS, arranged space to support and encourage faculty and students who want to cultivate their writing practice on a weekly basis.
The invitation is open to anyone: faculty and students, not just STEM, not only women. Spread the word!
Space is available weekly on Tuesdays from 8-12 in Iacocca C002.
Bring computer/power cord.
Thank you Professor Swann!