- Date: 25th November 2019
- Location: Lucy Cavendish College
Have you ever wondered how people achieve more with less, with ease and what appears to be little effort? Whether you’re running a one wo(man) project, part of a team or CEO of a multinational – you can lead from anywhere within an organisation or in your personal life. This workshop will show you how you can achieve exactly that! Julie Hogbin will take you through the steps to create change and adopt tools which will show you how to bring leadership skills to the table.
Leadership is an attitude, not a title.
- Date: 21st October 2019
- Location: Postdoc Centre, Mill Lane
If you could reinvent scholarly communication from scratch, what would it look like for you?
How research is performed, disseminated and communicated is currently undergoing a number of exciting developments that could change the landscape forever. Research projects are more interdisciplinary than ever before, collaboration across disciplines that had not traditionally intersected is now common and new research disciplines are blossoming thanks to methodological and technical advances.
The increase in preprint use and discussions about ongoing or published research in social media mean that research communication is no longer the exclusive realm of peer-reviewed journals.
Are you looking to turn your passion for women in STEMM into an exciting career opportunity? Are you motivated to help a growing network gain visibility and make a difference in the Cambridge community?
Join the team!
The successful candidate will have a positive and friendly attitude and good interpersonal skills. They will need to be self-motivated and able to work independently as well as with a wide variety of people. The applicant should have excellent administrative skills (including MS Office), good communication and writing skills, active use of social media (Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook and Instagram – we’re happy to show you the ropes) and be confident in using internet applications. Experience of events organisation and maintaining websites would be highly desirable. A STEMM background would be an advantage, though not a requisite.
Key responsibilities will include:
Karen is a Policy Adviser for the Royal Society of Chemistry. She gathers evidence, through commissioned research, literature review and/or surveying the chemical sciences community and develop policy recommendations informed by this evidence. She develops relationships with key stakeholders, which can be MPs and civil servants as well as other organisations or members, and communicates recommendations to influence, directly or indirectly, policy direction and new regulations.
“For female scientists specifically, do not underestimate yourself.”
- 6 December 2019, 09:30-17:00
- Brussels, Belgium
The next Top Women Tech Summit is set for the 6th December 2019 in Brussels. CamAWiSE is pleased to be collaborating with Careers International once again in support of the exclusive event, where a select 120 talented and ambitious women meet with 18 top international companies.
What’s your next career move?
Do you have a background in a STEMM field or a business background with an affinity for IT, and 0–10 years of professional experience – register now for the Top Women Tech Summit.