The winners of 20th annual AWIS-CJC High School STEM Scholarships will be announced.
AWIS_CJC supported the annual conference for young women in STEM, an initiative by Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory. Beyond the leadership representation as speakers, AWIS_CJC exhibitor booth introduced close to 500 young female attendees to “AWIS_CJC Annual High School STEM Scholarships” and “AWIS_CJC adopt a river Project.”
The Young Women’s Conference in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics introduces middle-school and high-school aged girls (in 7th though 10th grades) to women scientists and engineers and the wide breadth of careers available to them in these fields.
Based on a successful event last year,we have again brought together highly experienced panel members to highlight strategies for planning a career in clinical research. Options will be presented for new people planning to enter this field, for professionals looking for career transitions as well as career enhancement options for members already engaged in this profession.
Panel members include:
Directors of the Professional Science Masters (PSM) program, Rutgers
Marty Jeiven, President Jeiven Pharmaceutical Consulting, Inc., President for AdiraMedica LLC
Carolyn Benslimane, Recruiter, Valesta Clinical Solutions a division of On Assignment
Nazish Irfanul Huq, Associate Director of Clinical Development, Shionogi Inc.
Human Resources Expert Panel
Clinical Research Expert Panel
Dinner, coffee and snacks will be served. Registration is FREE, but will help us to better plan the event.
2013 Scholarship Sponsors:
Coldwell Banker, Real estate agent, Sangita Sancheti
2013 Scholarship Winners:
Bergen County Academies
200 Hackensack Avenue, Hackensack, NJ 07601
The Lawrenceville School
2500 Main Street, Lawrenceville, NJ 08648
Marine Academy of Technology and Environmental Science
195 Cedar Bridge Rd, Manahawkin, NJ 08050
AWIS NJ will be partnering with the Douglass Project for Rutgers Women in Math, Science, and Engineering for the event to announce our winners and to hand out the awards to the winners and other selected participants.
The program will then continue as a workshop; “How to prepare your applications for medical and graduate Schools” . Panel members include:
Event sponsors and organizers:
Douglass Project for Rutgers Women in Math, Science & Engineering (Elaine Zundl, Dean and Laura Stiltz, Director).
AWISNJ, Jeiven Pharmaceutical Consulting, Inc., Garden State Neurology & Neuro-Oncology, Coldwell Banker.