OWIMS Weekly Links & News - May 15-19
Congratulations to the OWIMS
Mentor of the Year
Professor and Vice
Chair of Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery Residency Program Director
Women's Health or
Gender Differences Internship Projects Available for Summer 2017: Researchers at WFBMC are seeking
undergraduate students. Visit our Internship
Page for more information.
These are unpaid
internships; students are looking for experience and/or class credit.
UPCOMING OWIMS EVENTS
Early Career Development
Program for Women
June 7, 11am-4 pm
Cultivating stress resiliency; Positive psychology and finding balance
Event Audience: ECDPW
Women’s Achievement and Mentoring Award Social
7, 4:00-5:30 pm (awards presentation begins at 4:30
Biotech Place Atrium – 575 North Patterson Ave. Winston-Salem, NC
Celebrating the achievements of women faculty at our institution, presenting
the 2017 OWIMS Mentor of the Year award to Dr. David, and witnessing the
graduation of Fellows in the OWIMS Career Development for Women Leaders Program
and Early Career Development Program for Women.
Event Audience: Open to All Women Faculty, CDWL
and ECDPW Fellows and Graduates and their Department Chairs/Deans, CDWL Advisory
Board Members, OWIMS Mentors and Mentees, the Mentoring Award recipient, their
chair, colleagues and family.
Register by June 1, to receive the
calendar invitation, which includes parking informationhttps://redcap.wakehealth.edu/redcap/surveys/?s=T4T94EDHF3.
more about past women faculty achievements here.
Learn more about past recipients of the Mentor of the Year award here.
all OWIMS Events
UNC Charlotte's Charting Your Path Mid-Career Workshop - May 19, 8:30 am-5pm
Report to the Standing
Committee on the Status of Women Faculty at Colorado State University
the Socialization Processes and Resiliency of Black Women Regarding Tenure
gendered leadership labyrinth: A case study of senior level women in higher
Whiteness: A Woman of Color and a White Woman Discuss Race and Research
Differences in Publication Productivity among Academic Urologists in the United
Discrimination, Personal Denial, and Collateral Damage
Women Academics Systematically and Pervasively Undervalued?
and Gender Equity among Academic Scientists