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Panel Discussion: Overcoming challenges in STEM fields

Posted in Science & Technology, Students & Campus Life
Mar 8, 2019

PhD candidate Josseline Ramos Figueroa is one of the four panelists taking part in the March 8 discussion. (Photo by Chris Putnam)

In celebration of International Women's Day, the Women in Chemistry (WiC) group at the University of Saskatchewan is hosting a panel discussion on how to overcome challenges in the science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) fields.

Date: March 8, 2019
Time: 1:30 - 2:45 pm
Location: Thorvaldson Building, room 110

Speakers include PhD candidate and WiC member Josseline Ramos Figueroa, associate professor Dr. Lee Wilson (PhD), associate professor Dr. Tara Kahan (PhD) and graduate student Omozojie Aigbogun.

Light refreshments will be available.

 

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