Make Your Own Fajita Buffet and Mixer at Mad Mex in Wynnewood, PA, on January 24, 2017

Join us for an evening of networking, insightful discussions, and an all-you-can-eat buffet dinner.
Topical Tables: Each table will highlight a topic important to women in science and the workplace. Discussions will be facilitated by key women leaders. Examples of topical tables are: careers beyond the bench, work-life balance, the mentoring relationship, positioning yourself for career advancement, and effectively branding yourself through LinkedIn and social media. Move around and mingle at each table as long as you’d like. We hope that you will make new connections and jump-start your New Year’s goals as we enter 2017!

Check in 6:30-7 p.m.; Buffet opens at 7 p.m.

Proceeds from this event will benefit AWIS-PHL. 30% of your ticket price is tax deductible.
All attendees will receive a $10 voucher which may be used toward any AWIS-PHL event in 2017.

REGISTRATION EXTENDED TO NOON, FRIDAY, JANUARY 20 – DON’T MISS OUT ON THIS EVENT!

Help a Local High School Senior with a STEM Survey

The daughter of a Society for Women Engineers colleague is doing a senior research project to better understand what influences women to choose a STEM major in college. To help her, she’s asking women in STEM to help fill out this google survey which takes about 2 min. The deadline for this Friday, 1/27.

https://docs.google.com/a/baldwinschool.org/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSecRMdzluZODSWlZ2B_XLys3UgXm2PTkz0hV7YfrmD4TbHyoA/viewform

Upcoming Events

Mark your calendars for these upcoming events and watch for more details soon:

  • CV/Resume Workshop February 28, 2017, at Drexel
  • Dr. Kathy Hirsh-Pasek,  Professor of Psychology at Temple University and author of Becoming Brilliant: What Science tells us about raising successful children March 29, 2017, at AIM Academy in Conshohocken.
  • Philadelphia Science Festival SCIENCE CARNIVAL Saturday, April 29, 2017
Not Seeing All Your AWIS-PHL E-mail?

We have learned that for some of our Gmail users our announcements, particularly the ones sent via Vertical Response, may be missed because they are going into the “promotions” folder.This may also be the case for others using different E-mail hosts or clients where there is front-end sorting into bulk, junk, or other similar folders.

To deal with the Gmail problem specifically, we suggest creating a filter. Here is the relevant section from Gmail help on how to create rules to filter your E-mail
https://support.google.com/mail/answer/6579?hl=en:

And here are the steps for making a filter:
1) Select the message.
2) Click on the “More” drop down menu.
3) Select “Filter messages like these”.
4) Click “Create filter with this search”.
5) Under “Categorize as” choose the folder where you want to direct the message, e.g., inbox, personal, etc.
6) Click “Create filter”.

Or check with your provider or E-mail client documentation for how to handle this fix in your particular situation.

We have also learned that some people on our mailing lists are receiving our messages at multiple E-mail addresses. If this applies to you and you wish to consolidate to one address, please send an E-mail to awisphlinfo@awisphl.org advising which address(es) to delete and which to set as preferred. If you are a National AWIS member, please also confirm that your preferred E-mail address is the one in your AWIS membership record.

See the Bulletin Board page for more information on the following items:

Email info on your upcoming event to webmaster@awisphl.org. (All posts at the discretion of the webmaster.)
Check out AWIS member events and other offerings.
Join AWIS at the Women’s March.
GETT (Girls Exploring Tomorrow’s Technology – March 25, 2017.
Merck is seeking a Director – In vivo Antiviral & Antibacterial Pharmacology. The position is at the West Point, PA, facility.
Monell Chemical Senses Center has an opening for a Postdoctoral Fellow to work in a multidisciplinary group investigating the functional and diagnostic significance of human odors.