Our 2019-2020 Discussion Series is open!
We are an informal bimonthly discussion group focused on women in academic research pathways at Johns Hopkins University. It is especially targeted at postdocs and graduate students, but is open to ALL members of Hopkins who are interested! We aim to create a network to connect diverse trainees at Johns Hopkins.
Co-Founders & Organizers: Dr. Margaret Ho & Dr. Sarah Maguire, JHMI postdocs
Graduate Student Rep & Organizer: Emily Han, PhD candidate in Neuroscience
Join our WARP & Friends Slack Group https://warphopkins.slack.com Anyone with @jhmi or @jhu email address can sign up! We have channels for funding (#opportunities), moms in science (#scimoms), and many more! Hear about how to join us on the occasional informal social gathering too 🙂
Sponsored by the Johns Hopkins Office of Postdoctoral Affairs, JH Professional Development and Career Office (PDCO), and a grant from UHS Wellness
May 2020 Friday 3-4PM, “Building an Academic Career in the US, from the perspective of International/Non-US Citizen Scholars”
Jun 2020 Friday 3-4PM, “Tackling the Two Body Problem: Strategies for Dual Career Couples”
Aug 2020 Friday 3-4PM, TBD
Oct 2020 Friday 3-4PM, TBD
Feb 14 2020 Friday 3-4PM, “The Academic-Mother’s Guide for Success”
Postdoctoral research fellows and graduate students of the Johns Hopkins University are invited to attend a discussion group led by Dr. Shanthini Sockanathan on “The Academic Mother’s Guide for Success”.
Dr. Sockanathan will discuss concerns, challenges and solutions for academic-mothers. Dr. Sockanathan is the Professor of Neuroscience and Vice-Chair Dept of Neuroscience at JHU. The event will be held at the Vivian Foster Conference Room (#602) at 1830 E Monument Street.
Dec 13 2019 Fri 3-4PM, “Gender Equity in Science at Hopkins” Discussion
Graduate student and WARP organizer Emily Han wrote “7 Pieces of Advice for Promoting Gender Equity at Johns Hopkins” for the JHMI Biomedical Odyssey blog based on WARP’s first event with Dr. Karen Fleming !
Postdoctoral research fellows and graduate students of the Johns Hopkins University are invited to attend a discussion group led by Dr. Karen Fleming, who will discuss gender equity in science. Dr. Fleming is a Professor of Biophysics at Johns Hopkins University and the recipient of the 2019 Provost’s Prize for Faculty Excellence in Diversity. Dr. Fleming will discuss her work with the Women Faculty Forum at Homewood, the JHU Report on Faculty Composition and the current state of gender equity in science at Hopkins, and her work on the Women of Hopkins exhibit.
Baltimore Chapter for the Association for Women in Science (AWIS) http://www.awisbaltimore.org
Students and postdoctoral fellows from partnered universities (including Johns Hopkins University) may sign up for free complimentary membership for AWIS National via www.awis.org/jhu