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Apr 22 – New Statistics Academic Position at Laval University

The Department of Mathematics and Statistics of Université Laval invites applications for a tenure-track appointment in Statistics which would normally be at the Assistant Professor level. The start date for this position could be as early as July 1st, 2011. Candidates must be able to teach (in French) courses in statistics to graduates and undergraduates, […]

Changing the Conversation – New Website for Engineering Community Launched

The Natural Academy of Engineers Committee on Engineering Messages, co-chaired by Ellen Kullman (DuPont) and Chuck Vest (NAE), is pleased to announce the official launch of the Changing the Conversation website (www.engineeringmessages.org). The site is intended to help improve the effectiveness and impact of the engineering community’s efforts to communicate to the public about engineering. […]

Feb 21 – Funding Opportunity: Blueprint Projects

Blueprint Projects Incorporated not-for-profit Canadian organizations may apply for funding through a new Status of Women Canada program, “Blueprint Project” – a series of ready-made projects (over 24 months) to: Increase recruitment of women into non-traditional work (up to $300,000); Retain and promoting women in non-traditional and under-represented sectors (up to $300,000); Increase women’s involvement […]

Jun 6-10 – ASME Turbo Expo: Turbine Technical Conference & Exposition

The American Society for Mechanical Engineers International Gas Turbine Institute will be holding their annual international conference in Vancouver this June 6 – 10. They will also be offering scholarships for any turbomachinery students who might be interested. During the conference, there will be a complimentary women’s networking dinner for female registrants. You can find […]

Feb 24 – Dress Right for Business Seminar

WIE(VR) – Women in Engineering (Vancouver Region) invites you to its 3 year anniversary with “Dress Right for Business”, Thursday February 24th, 2011 presented by Kimberly Law, founder of Personal Impact International. Dress Right for Business If you have ever been unsure if you were dressed appropriately for a job interview, a client meeting or […]

Mar 8 – XX Networking Evening for Women in Science, Engineering and Technology

XX Evening Along with TELUS World of Science, SCWIST is again proud to present the annual XX networking evening where participants can find out how amazing Wonder Women are making careers in science, engineering and technology. Date: Tuesday, March 8, 2011 Time: 5:15 – 9:30 p.m. Location: TELUS World of Science 1455 Quebec Street (at […]

Feb 11 – Year of Science: Science and Sport Expo

We don’t always associate lab coats and beakers with high performance athletes, but the connection between sport and science is closer than we think. Science is all around us. You’ll find it in the most unlikely places, and in the most exciting careers of tomorrow. In fact, right here in British Columbia, some of the […]

Feb 23 – Developing Your Leadership Brand Session

The IEEE WIE and Joint Management chapter present: Developing Your Leadership Brand Speaker: Dr. Tara Cree, Knightsbridge Date: Wednesday, Feb 23, 2011 Time: 7 pm – 9 pm Place: Room # 7000 515 West Hastings Street SFU Harbour centre, Downtown Vancouver Registration: Event is open to public and is free of charge but please RSVP […]

*Reminder: Feb 3 – Microsoft Women in Technology Panel

MICROSOFT WOMEN IN TECHNOLOGY PANEL Ask tough questions, get real answers. Join Microsoft and UBC Women in Engineering (WIE) for a panel discussion to hear from female Microsoft professionals in the software and engineering field. They’ll explore the myriad opportunities available to women, and you’ll have a chance to ask any and all questions about […]

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