Science Club for Girls Event on April 25

Science Club for Girls is a Cambridge based organization which reaches out to Boston area communities with the goal of increasing the self-confidence and literacy in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) of K-12th grade girls belonging to groups that are underrepresented in these fields, through free programs that include hands-on learning, mentorship, and leadership opportunities. Girls work with mentor-scientists who model and foster leadership, affirm college as an expectation, and promote careers in science and technology as goals and options.  A group of dedicated undergraduates here at Brandeis have started a college chapter this year, and hope to begin hosting events for young girls in Waltham next year.  In the mean time, the club plans to host an event to bring together female faculty, graduate students, and undergraduates to socialize, get to know one another, and share their experiences as women in the scientific community here at Brandeis.  It should be a fun event, and there will be pizza!  Hope to see some of you there!
THURSDAY APRIL 25th 5:30-7:00 pm – Pizza with Professors – Shapiro Science Center First Floor Library: Have questions about classes, med/grad school, getting into labs at Brandeis, etc.? We will be hosting a great event where some Brandeis professors (like Dr. KC) and grad students will be available to talk about these and other questions that you might have. It will be a great way to mingle with some excellent Brandeis faculty and learn a bit more about your future at Brandeis and beyond!

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