Monday, May 12,
from 11:30 – 2:00 pm
Convention Center, Rm 305A, Raleigh, NC
This session is open to all ICAR attendees, both women and men, and will address the challenges and opportunities encountered by women scientists while navigating the twists and turns of career progression in today’s environment. Come talk to scientists in the industry, government and academic fields.
will utilize the "speed dating” approach with small group conversations to
address the following:
Do Super-Women Exist: How to balance
work and family through all life stages
· Where do I Go From Here: Maximize the benefits from the
· Negotiation: Tips on how to secure a mutually advantageous outcome
without selling yourself short
· Is There a Glass Ceiling Left to Crack: How to manage work
· Awards and Recognition: Learn to self-promote effectively to
achieve your professional goals and to gain recognition
Communication and Management
Understanding gender differences
This roundtable is free for ICAR registrants; however,
space is limited to the first 80 participants, so register now! To register,
select the "Women in Science Roundtable” session under the 27th ICAR
Events section when you register for the Conference. Lunch will be provided.
Visit the ICAR website, www.isar-icar.com, for more
information on this session, including moderator bios and registration. Don’t
forget to take advantage of the advance rate and save $100 when you register
for the conference by April 18, 2014.
If you have any questions about the roundtable or
registering for the conference, please contact the ISAR/ICAR Office at
firstname.lastname@example.org, or 202.973.8690.