Women‘s Career Day
- Beginn: 29.06.2023 00:00
- Ende: 30.06.2023 00:00
- Ort: CFEL and HARBOR
- Gastgeber: PIER, UHH, EMBL, MPSD
- Kontakt: email@example.com
In two tailor-made workshops, female PhD students and postdocs are
invited to strengthen key skills that are useful for their present and
future professional career, be that within academia or in business and
- Workshop 1. Self-Marketing for Increased Visibility in Science
- Workshop 2. Empowerment for female scientists
- Keynote. Stephen Curry "Excellence or equality in research? We need both."
Please note: Early registration is recommended, and the number of places for the workshops is limited to 12. The allocation of the available places follows the "first come, first served" principle. Your registration is pending until the final confirmation from the organisers, which will be e-mailed to you after the end of the registration deadline 15 of June 2023.
The Women’s Career Day is a joint event series of UHH’s MIN faculty, the Clusters of Excellence CUI/AIM and Quantum Universe, EMBL, PIER, and MPSD/IMPRS-UFAST.
Date: 29 June 2023, 5:15 pm - 6:30 pm (get-together 6:30 - 7:30 pm)
Venue: HARBOR, seminar room, building 610, Campus Bahrenfeld
- Date: June 29, 2023
- Time: 5:15 PM - 06:30 PM (get-together 6:30-7:30)
- Speaker: Stephen Curry, Imperial College London
- Location: HARBOR (Bldg. 610)
- Room: Seminar Room
- Host: Women's Career Day
claim that “we just hire the best people” is heard often in
universities and research institutes across the world. If this claim is
true, why do the demographics of the academy not mirror the societies
that it claims to serve? Are universities, which have long been
hierarchical organizations, destined to be centers of inequality? For
many women, that is precisely their experience. The same can be said for
many scholars from ethnic minorities, or from the LGBT+ community, or
who are disabled.
Note: The keynote talk is open for all scientists, equal opportunity enthusiasts, and everyone else who is interested to learn more about the interlinked challenges of research assessment reform and dismantling structural barriers to equality.
Light catering included