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Women in STEM panel 2021
Dalhousie's Faculties of Computer Science, Engineering and Science present the fourth annual Women in STEM Alumni Networking Event. This year's event will feature four leaders from the Dalhousie community, each representing a unique field in science, technology, mathematics and engineering (STEM). This year's discussion will focus on the challenges and opportunities of work-life balance and how women in STEM-related fields are living in a hybrid world and adapting to the 'new normal.'
Anne Marie Colbert (BEng'89) is the Director of Personnel (Human Resources) for Michelin North America (Canada). She has been with Michelin for over 32 years and has had many roles in her career including Engineering, Maintenance, Production Management, Quality, and Personnel.
Dr. Sophia Stone is a molecular biologist and Chair in the Department of Biology at Dalhousie University. Her research explores how plants respond to their environments and cope with changes. It’s an area of research that’s especially important today, as challenges with global food security become increasingly urgent in the face of both climate change and a growing population.
Courtney Pick (BCS'21) is a Junior Software Developer with Milk Moovement, a company that provides actionable intelligence across the dairy supply chain through a cloud-based software and the recipient of TechNL's best start-up. Courtney is passionate about solving complex problems through the means of data science, machine learning, and robust algorithms
Dr. Joanna Mills Flemming (PhD'00) is a statistician and professor in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at Dalhousie University. Her research focuses on the development of statistical methodologies for data exhibiting spatial and/or temporal dependencies with an interest in marine ecology, fisheries science and more recently health sciences.
COVID-19 protocol: please note that guests 12 and up are required to show proof of full vaccination (2 doses) to attend this event. Please be prepared to show your proof of vaccination and a government piece of photo ID upon entry.
Refreshments will be provided.
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