Monday, December 11, 2006: 1:30 PM-5:30 PM

Wabash Ballroom 1-3 (Convention Center)

Symposium: Women Shaping History in Entomology: Roles and Challenges They Face

Organizer(s): Denise Olson,
Sandra Woolfolk,
1:30 PMIntroductory Remarks
1:35 PM0582Introductory Comments
Dennis Kopp,
1:45 PM0583Of babies and beetles: The art of juggling graduate school and motherhood  [ Recorded presentation ]
Bethzayda Matos,
2:07 PM0584Recruiting and retaining women scientists in academia: Are we there yet?  [ Recorded presentation ]
Susana Valdovinos,
2:29 PM0585OK, you have hired a woman. What's next?  [ Recorded presentation ]
Sonny Ramaswamy,
2:51 PM0586A roadmap for leadership and success  [ Recorded presentation ]
Sharron Quisenberry,
3:13 PM0587Poli-ticks as usual: Administering an entomology department with two X Chromosomes
May R. Berenbaum,
3:35 PMBreak
3:50 PM0588One solution to mid-career challenges for women entomologists: Making the switch from academia to USDA
Elaine Backus,
4:12 PM0589Coordinating with a spouse
Catherine Loudon,
4:34 PM0590Lab bench to boardroom - Meeting the corporate challenge  [ Recorded presentation ]
Paula Davis,
4:56 PMPanel Discussion

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