How to Make Your Mark in STEM
Emily Calandrelli, Host and Co-Executive Producer of Emily's Wonder Lab
It’s hard to pursue a career in STEM. We know the path to success is not linear - especially with the added roadblocks that disproportionately affect women.
MIT Engineer, Emmy-nominated science TV host, and best-selling children's book author Emily Calandrelli will share how she remained resilient throughout her career. Attendees will leave empowered with actionable tips and advice on how they can change the trajectory of diversity and women in STEM.
Emily will share:
- How she choose engineering, her career challenges, and career successes
- The importance of getting girls involved in science and STEM
- Importance of diversity in STEM and how to improve it
- How to make the general public more scientifically literate using social media
This event is for everyone! Instructors, STEM professionals, and supporters of women in STEM should attend.
Duke graduate students can access this event sponsored by the Association for Women in Science through Duke's institutional membership, sponsored by the Office of Faculty Advancement. Find information about how to claim your Duke membership to AWIS here.
Professional Development, Professional Adaptability