The Cambridge AWiSE Annual General Meeting 2022 will take place on Tuesday, 29 March 2022, 7.00 pm.
The annual general meeting (AGM) is the yearly gathering of the Associations’s members and Steering Committee and provides an opportunity to review the work of the organisation in the previous year.
The deadline for Committee nominations is Monday, 28 March 2022. More details are below.
Full details, role descriptions and nominations forms here.
BIOS is unlocking the potential of the nervous system in treating chronic disease by using AI-powered neural interfaces that can automatically read and write neural signals. The human nervous system carries vast quantities of data and scientists have long known that faulty signals in the nervous system play a key role in driving chronic diseases.
- Software Engineer, Cambridge
- Electronics Engineer, Cambridge
- Neural Data Scientist, Cambridge
- Experimental Neuroengineer, Remote
Find out more details for each role and apply here.
We are excited to announce applications for the 2022 cohort are now open!
Closing date is 21 January 2022.
The CamAWiSE Mentoring Programme aims to connect students, researchers and professionals in STEMM and support them in their professional development. The programme allows participants to make new connections, expand their exposure and insight into professional areas beyond their own, and gain further skills relevant for their professional or their personal lives. This is an inclusive programme and we welcome applications from all genders and different locations.
More details and the application form are available here.
Date: Tuesday 12th October 2021
Time: 6.30 pm – 8.30 pm
CamAWiSE are delighted to welcome Kate Atkin, an inspirational speaker, training consultant and facilitator. With over 20 years of experience as a speaker, Kate has worked with many clients on business, management and communication issues.
Approximately 70% of people will at some point feel like a fraud, as if they don’t belong and wonder when they will be found out not to be good enough.
This masterclass will explore what the imposter syndrome is (tip: it’s really a phenomenon), why people might experience it, and help you to start to think about yourself and your successes differently – which is the starting point for overcoming the imposter chatter.
Click here to see the full details & register