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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 online and join us to experience amazing speakers, panels, and events in Regina, SK from May 22-24, 2014. (www.ccwestt2014.ca)
Thursday afternoon is our conference bonus session, “Negotiating Your Opportunities” featuring Senator Lillian DyckDr. Elizabeth CroftDr. Ilene Busch-Vishniak and more. That evening, join us for hands-on fun and local delights at the Saskatchewan Science Centre, where you’ll be entertained by Centre staff, magic and music.
Friday is the official start of conference, kicking off with Dr. Stephen Lewis, former UN Ambassador and advocate for women and children in the developing world. A packed day of informative and exciting presenters and panels follows, including lunch keynote Alvin Law.
The conference banquet on Friday evening features 4-time Olympic Gold Medalist, Hayley Wickenheiser – don’t forget your collectibles for an autograph – and musical dynamo and JUNO nominee “Little Miss Higgins“.
Saturday morning, we are greeted by Dr. Lynda Haverstock and inspired at lunch by World Champion Hoop Dancer, Terrence Littletent. An artistic slam to end the technical program leads us into an evening of music and wine, pairing 1940s inspired “Rosie and the Riveters” with a local sommelier.
Welcome to Regina and CCWESTT 2014 – Open Opportunities: Mentoring the Future.
Join us by registering at www.ccwestt2014.ca.




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