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  • Colorado State University research scientist Dr. Gillian Bowser will be presenting a seminar at the University of Oregon on Tuesday, November 25 at 4:00 pm in 110 Willamette Hall. The presentation, “Women and Sustainability: Using Multidisciplinary Approaches to Look at Engaging Women and Minorities in STEM Disciplines,” will be hosted by Interim Dean of the Graduate School, Dr. Andy Berglund. Dr. Bowser grew up in Brooklyn, New York and began studying art at LaGuardia High School of Arts. She...
  • Kerry Lowrie, Director of Market Development at Thermo Fisher Scientific, will speak on November 12th about the non-research careers available in the biotech and chemical industries along with her personal journey from researcher to market director. Join Outside the Academic Box on Wednesday, November 12th from 1:00 – 2:30 pm in Willamette Hall 350 to learn about the many non-research jobs available to PhD scientists including technical support, product management, business development, market...
  • As the University of Oregon pilots a task force to address sexual violence and survivor support, UO graduate students are also taking action. Jessica Sarontay, master’s student in couples and family therapy, researches the complexities of sexual violence prevention, asking questions about why sexual violence occurs and how it can be prevented. We had a chance to sit down with Jessica and learned that her interest in sexual violence prevention began in her undergraduate studies and led into her...
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