[Grad-postdoc-assn] Fwd: Workshop for Women in Atmospheric Science / Meteorology
hagan at ucar.edu
Thu Feb 19 12:05:37 MST 2009
I've heard good feedback about this opportunity. Please consider
or passing the announcement along to your colleagues. Note the 15 March
Begin forwarded message:
> This is a reminder regarding the ASCENT program. Applications are
> due MARCH 15!
> Dr. Linnea Avallone, Ms. Laura Edwards, and myself were recently
> funded by the NSF ADVANCE program to create ASCENT.
> Atmospheric Science Collaborations and Enriching NeTworks (ASCENT)
> is a program focusing on women in atmospheric science/meteorology
> and is designed to initiate positive professional relationships
> among female faculty of different ranks and postdoctoral
> researchers. The program consists of a three-day summer workshop
> with follow-up reunion events at major national meetings. While
> networking with like-minded women scientists, participants will have
> the opportunity to be involved in frank discussions to explore
> specific promising practices toward eliminating the "leaky
> pipeline", defined by the attrition of women at different stages in
> their academic careers.
> ASCENT is now accepting applications for our first workshop.
> Our first workshop will be held in Steamboat Springs, Colorado from
> June 15-17, 2009.
> Applications are DUE by MARCH 15.
> The program will be open for applications from junior female
> scientists to participate in the workshop. Twenty junior scientists
> will be selected each year based on enthusiasm for science, interest
> in issues related to women in academic and professional settings,
> and how they contribute to creating a diverse group, as described in
> their applications. Due to the nature of this networking
> opportunity, we encourage participation of pre-tenure faculty
> members, early-career research scientists, and postdoctoral
> researchers seeking faculty positions.
> You can now apply on-line at:
> This web site will also provide you with more information about the
> ASCENT program.
> Please contact me with any questions.
> Gannet Hallar
> A. Gannet Hallar, Ph.D.
> Director of Storm Peak Laboratory
> Assistant Research Professor
> Division of Atmospheric Science
> Desert Research Institute
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