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2023 Women in STEM Networking and Panel Event
Time & Location
6 p.m. AST
Canvas, Cambridge Suites Hotel Halifax 1583 Brunswick Street Halifax, NS B3J 3P5
Join us for the 2023 Women in STEM Networking event, hosted by Dalhousie’s Faculties of Computer Science, Engineering and Science.
Dalhousie’s Faculties of Computer Science, Engineering and Science present the fifth annual Women in STEM 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).
The discussion will focus on advancing female leaders in STEM. There will also be an opportunity for the audience to engage with the guest panel during a question and answer period.
- Dr. Anya Waite, Associate Vice-President Research (Ocean) of Dalhousie University and Scientific Director and CEO of the Ocean Frontier Institute
- Dr. Sophia Stone, Professor, Department Chair, George S. Campbell Chair in Biology and
Associate Dean, Graduate Studies and Global Relations
- Sreejata Chatterjee, Co-Founder at Leadshift and Product Lead at Foundry Intent
- Zana Choueiri, VP Construction, WM Fares Group
The event will be moderated by Sarah van den Heuvel.
As this is a popular event, please register via Eventbrite to secure your seat. We look forward to seeing you at this year’s event. Everyone is welcome to attend.
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