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Bruce Presents: Women in Contemporary Science: How to STEM the Leaky Pipeline

April 8, 2021
7:00 pm
Bruce Museum

Thursday, April 8, 2021 — 7:00pm - 8:30pmThursday, April 8, 7:00 – 8:30 pm via ZoomExploring ways to overcome the factors and biases that limit women from advancing equitably in science-based professions is the subject of the Bruce Presents webinar, Women in Contemporary Science: How to STEM the Leaky Pipeline, on April 8, 2021, 7:00 – 8:30 pm via Zoom. Lending their insight and expertise to this important conversation is a multidisciplinary panel of seven women researchers, scientists, and executives from around the world:Dr. Tarika Barrett, Incoming CEO and current COO, Girls Who CodeDr. Catherine Early, Curator of Ornithology and the Barbara Brown Chair  of the Biology Department at the Science Museum of MinnesotaAdania Flemming, Researcher, and Ph.D.Student, University of FloridaDr. Tara McAllister, Post-doctoral Fellow, University of AucklandDr. Jennifer Rosati, Professor of Forensic Entomology, John Jay College, CUNYRachelle Saunders, Producer, “Science for the People” podcastDr. Jessica Ware, Associate Curator, American Museum of Natural History; Principal Investigator, Sackler Institute for Comparative Genomics; Associate Professor, Richard Gilder Graduate SchoolThe moderator of this conversation is Kate Dzikiewicz, Bruce Museum Science Curatorial Associate and curator of the upcoming science exhibition, The Amazon Rainforest: Beauty • Destruction • Hope. A Q&A session led by Bruce Presents Co-Producer Leonard Jacobs will follow the discussion.Admission to the webinar on April 8 is free for Museum members and $20 for non-members; students receive a 20% discount. To register, visit the Reservations page at brucemuseum.org or call 203-869-0376, ext. 311.Support for these programs featuring thought leaders in art and science is generously provided by Berkley One, a Berkley Company, Connecticut Office of the Arts, and Northern Trust.Reservations+ Add to your calendar« Back to CalendarBruce Museum 1 Museum Drive Greenwich, CT 06830-7157 Phone: 203.869.0376 Directions HoursFrequent Metro-North Train service to Greenwich Station, a 5 min. walk to the Bruce Museum.Exhibitions in the Bantle Lecture Gallery may be temporarily closed during Museum programs.  Please check our calendar.

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