From the GUMC news website:
Over the last 16 years, nine women faculty members at Georgetown University Medical Center (GUMC) have participated in a yearlong intensive leadership boot camp designed to challenge them and their professional capabilities. There are lectures, workshops, team projects, coaching and mentoring, and participants must develop a substantial project designed to advance their medical center or school of medicine--all on top of their rigorous duties as a physician or researcher...
Check out the rest of the article, "Learning the Skills of Leadership" for more information.
invites Georgetown University Women Faculty at the Assistant Professor and Instructor level to apply for sponsorship to the annual
JULY 13 - 16, 2013
The Early Career Women Faculty Professional Development Seminar is a three and a half-day program designed for women at the assistant professor or instructor level.
This seminar is open to women with a Georgetown University faculty appointment on any track at the rank of Assistant Professor including lecturer/instructor. Women attending the AAMC conference must be sponsored by their institution. GWIM coordinates the review and sponsorship of applications from Georgetown University and 2 GU women faculty will be sponsored to attend. Funding will cover the meeting registration fee. Applications are due to AAMC on April 1st, 2013.
As part of the Environment Initiative Program, a panel will convene to discuss the challenges of communicating about climate change. Public health and art activism are offered as two approaches to disseminating climate change messages. Students will present illustrative art projects as part of the program. Lunch will be served, and RSVPs are required.
To RSVP and for Questions: Contact Dr. Caroline Wellbery at email@example.com or 202-687-8647.
The Foundation for the History of Women in Medicine is currently accepting nominations for the 2013 Alma Dea Morani, M.D. Renaissance Woman Award.
This Award will honor an outstanding woman physician or scientist in North America who has:
- advanced the practice and understanding of medicine in our lifetime and made significant contributions outside of medicine, for example, in the humanities, arts, or social sciences;
- whose determination and spirit have carried her beyond traditional pathways in medicine and science;
- and who challenges the status quo with a passion for learning.
Deadline for electronic submission of nominations is Monday, April 1, 2013. A document containing the history, guidelines, and a 2013 nomination form can be downloaded for electronic completion and submission.
More information including guidelines, nomination forms, and past recipient information can be found on the FHWIM website at www.fhwim.org or through the office at 610-970-9143.
Our own Pam Saunders, PhD has an article in the Fall 2012 issue of GWIMSWatch, the AAMC's Group on Women in Medicine and Science's quarterly electronic newsletter. The article, entitled "Georgetown School of Medicine Recognizes Outstanding Faculty", describes the ways that our GWIM honors academic excellence here at GUMC.
For more information, check our complete News page.
The mission of Georgetown Women in Medicine (GWIM) is to promote the professional advancement of women faculty at Georgetown University Medical Center (GUMC).
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Oct 11, 2013
|"A Strategy for Career Success: Negotiating for What You Need" —
A workshop with Catherine Morrison
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