Dr. Joan Herbers, professor of evolution, ecology and organismal biology at Ohio State University, will share her insights at an Association for Women in Science Mentoring Circle Workshop Friday, Oct. 7, in Classroom Center Room 1080 on Scott Park Campus.There will be two sessions to choose from to hear Herbers, who is the immediate past president of the Association for Women in Science: from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. or from 2 to 5 p.m.
Registration is required for the free, public workshops. To register, visit utoledo.edu/centers/eberly.
The Association for Women in Science Mentor Circles meet regularly to share advice and encouragement, focusing on career growth and problem solving, and are guided by mentors to promote productivity.
Dr. Susanne Nonekowski, UT associate lecturer of medicinal chemistry and president of the Association for Women in Science northwest Ohio chapter, is responsible for bringing this workshop to The University of Toledo.
“Susanne has only been president of the local Association for Women in Science chapter for a few months, but she is really driving our organization trying to bring exciting and productive events to northwest Ohio, building our membership, and acknowledging our founders,” said Dr. Caren Steinmiller, UT associate lecturer of pharmacology and secretary of the local chapter of the association.
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