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MetroNY Chapter: Policies that Influence Gender Balance in STEM
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Join MetroNY AWIS and the New York Academy of Sciences as we discuss policy initiatives that support women in STEM. Topics include: equal pay, work/life balance, parental leave policies, mechanisms for the retention of women in science and policies that might promote a more representative distribution of men and women in academia. Learn more about how YOU can impact policy initiatives supporting equality for women in STEM! Please see flyer for more details and registration info.

When: 3/24/2015
6:00 PM
Where: New York Academy of Sciences
7 World Trade Center
250 Greenwich Street, 40th floor
New York, New York  10007
United States
Presenter: Kelly Mack, PhD (NSF), Sandra Masur, PhD (Mount Sinai) Beth McCormick (Pfizer) and Eric Sweet
Contact: Amanda Weyerbacher

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Want to learn more about how YOU can impact policy initiatives supporting equality for women in STEM?

Interested in learning how your institution's parental leave and benefits compare to others in NYC?
Join MetroNY AWIS and the New York Academy of Sciences on March 24th, 6-8pm for a panel discussion and networking event to help accelerate change and level the playing field for women in STEM.  Learn as we discuss equal pay, family friendly institutions, FMLA, paid maternity leave, quotas and more with a panel of experts!


Kelly Mack, PhD, Vice President, Association of American Colleges and Universities (AAC&U) and AWIS Board Member

Sandra Kazahn Masur, PhD, Professor, Mount Sinai School of Medicine

Beth McCormick, Vice President, Talent Planning and Inclusion, Pfizer

For more details and to register, please visit NYAS


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