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April 2014

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Science Activity Book 6 available online (free!)

science.gc.ca has released their 6th online activity book – a great way to introduce young people to science.  Activities include building a barometer, calculating travel time of a tsunami, and learning about marine mammals. It’s free!  Visit http://www.science.gc.ca/default.asp?lang=En&n=715A9E1D-1 to download your copy.

Women in Mining BC Website Launch

Women in Mining Vancouver has launched a new website, www.wimbc.ca,showcasing the activities of WIM membership groups around the province of BC.  The website offers information about each WIM BC branch, their respective events and how to become a WIM member, serving as an open invitation to professionals and students involved in or affiliated with the mineral […]

May 9 – Nominations Due for the Prime Minister’s Volunteer Awards

Do you know an individual, not-for-profit, or business who deserves recognition for their commitment to volunteerism?  The Prime Minister’s Volunteer Awards celebrate Canadians who make a difference. The press release WWEST received about these awards is below – please visit the website below to learn more. “I am pleased to inform you that nominations are […]

May 22 – 24, 2014: CCWESTT Conference

WWEST will be involved in five sessions at this year’s CCWESTT Conference, being held May 22 – 24 in Regina, Saskatchewan.  Register now and join us at the largest conference on women in science, engineering, trades and technology in Canada. From Dena McMartin, Chair, CCWESTT 2014: The CCWESTT 2014 conference is fast approaching. Register for the conference […]

Effective Communication Workshop – CCWESTT

Effective Communication Workshop – CCWESTT

The WinSETT Centre and NSERC Chairs for Women in Science and Engineering National Network, invite you to this special pre-CCWESTT Conference Workshop: Effective Communication A Workshop for Women in Science, Engineering, Trades, and Technology Who:  Technical women in their early to mid-career and will also benefit senior post-secondary students or more experienced professionals. When:  Wednesday, […]

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