Join The University of New Mexico's STEM University for “Pathways to Leadership and Innovation: An Evening with Women in STEM,” on March 29, from 5 to 7 p.m. in the SUB Ballroom C.
This event is open for those curious about science, engineering, technology and or research. Learn more about different career option that pay you to do the work you love. At the event, STEM professionals and students share insight about how they pursued their diverse positions of influence in STEM, strategies for overcoming academic and professional challenges, finding mentors and pathways to becoming leaders.
After the event, enjoy a free screening of National Geographic’s new documentary JANE. This film features previously lost footage of Goodall's early days studying wild chimpanzees. Stick around afterward for an ‘ask me anything’ with Melissa Emery Thompson, UNM’s own chimpanzee expert!
Registration is not required, but is appreciated to order enough food. Deadline to register is Thursday, March 29. Admission is free and walk-ins welcome, but cash is required for snacks and merchandise.
The full schedule and speaker information can be found at the website.
For questions, contact Tara Hackel at firstname.lastname@example.org.