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Ontario Science Centre puts the spotlight on fictional and real-life female role models in STEM on July 8

Friday, July 06, 2018 9:30 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

Spotlight on Women in Science explores representation of women in STEM in popular culture.

Stories from and about women who work and succeed in STEM inspire girls to imagine their future leadership potential in these fields. On Sunday, July 8 at the Ontario Science Centrediscover the power of cultural representations of women scientists when real-life STEM role models take centre stage to share their personal stories — from the fictional women who inspired them to pursue science to their compelling career paths to the importance of challenging cultural ideas of who and what a scientist is and is not.

For more information, please visit http://bit.ly/SpotlightOnWomenInScience. 


What                 

  Spotlight on Women in Science                   

Who                  

  Emily Agard, PhD, Director, SciXchange, Ryerson University

  Imogen Coe, PhD, Professor and Founding Dean, Faculty Science, Ryerson University

  Eugenia Duodu, PhD, CEO, Visions of Science

  Vicky Forster, PhD, Post-doctoral fellow, Hospital for Sick Children

  Reeda Mahmood, BSc, Co-founder, IdeaMosaic

  Natalie Panek, MSc, Aerospace engineer, MDA

  Azadeh Shirzadi, MSc, BEd, Founder, STEMneutral (moderator)

  Mylene Tu, Founder, FEM in STEM, and engineering undergraduate, University of Waterloo

  Rachel Ward-Maxwell, PhD, Researcher/Programmer, Ontario Science Centre (moderator)


When
                

  Sunday, July 8, 2018 from 12 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.     

                               

Where              

  Ontario Science Centre

  770 Don Mills Road, Toronto, ON 


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