RiverRink Winterfest at Penn's Landing

Join the AWIS-PHL leadership team at Penn’s landing on Saturday, January 27. 2018, at 11 am for networking, drinks, food, ice skating, etc. Come yourself or bring the family! Click here for more information.

Watch for Information On These Future Events

February 22 – a talk by a member of Monell Chemical Senses Center

March – a joint event with Women in Bio

April – Philadelphia Science Carnival on Saturday, April 28, 2018. Interested in participating with AWIS-PHL? You can design a lab coat depicting a woman in STEM and/or wear a coat at the carnival to promote women in STEM. Contact Simone Temporal mentoring@awisphl.org for more information.

May – Annual Awards Program

Have an idea for a program? What to host an event at your site? Email programs@awisphl.org.

Congratulations to our Travel Award Recipients!
Adelaide M. Delluva Student Travel Award: Ankita Patel, Neurobiology and Anatomy Drexel University College of Medicine
Robert E. Davies Student Travel Award: Elisabeth Powell, Biodiversity, Earth, and Environmental Science, Drexel University
Chapter Recognition Award for Student Travel: Jocelyn Remmert, Psychology, Drexel University
Let us know about your STEM events!
Check out the Women in Bio Metro Philadelphia Chapter for information on their events and programs.
See our Bulletin Board page for more information on the notices below:
Penn State Brandywine (Media, PA) is currently seeking female presenters for their 2018 STEM Options Program, an opportunity for middle and high school girls to come to campus and interact with professionals in STEM fields. The program seeks to help young women cultivate an interest in STEM and to feel encouraged to pursue the sciences to close the gender gap in STEM careers. See the STEM Options website and this press release: http://brandywine.psu.edu/story/4143/2016/05/20/seventh-grade-girls-explore-stem-careers-penn-state-brandywine to learn more.
Each year Longwood Gardens organizes a Community Read program with area partner organizations to celebrate exceptional books around a theme. The Community Read sparks about 120 events—book talks, tours, workshops, hikes, and more–in the surrounding counties each year. The theme this spring is Women in Science and the books are Lab Girl by Hope Jahren (adults), Women in Science by Rachel Ignotofsky (middle school), and The Tree Lady by H. Joseph Hopkins (k-3).


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