Webinar Series

The MPOWIR webinar series provides a mechanism for continuing discussion and advice aimed at scientists who have moved from postdoctoral positions into the early stages of a longer-term position. While topics chosen are particularly relevant to early career participants, participation is open to anyone at any career stage, regardless of gender.

Webinars help to fill gaps in the resources and support available to independent researchers at different institutions. Two webinars per year focus on pressing early- to mid-career topics. The webinars begin with a brief presentation by panelists on the selected topic, followed by an open discussion with all participants.

Goal: Provide continued support to “graduated” MPOWIR participants and expand our gender-neutral offerings by providing a venue for idea sharing and open discussion on pressing early career topics.

Format: Webinars will open with a 20 minute presentation, followed by questions and discussion.

Who: All career stages and genders.

The next webinar was hosted on May 6, 2019 at 1:00pm EDT/10:00am PDT and will focusing on ‘Career paths in the commercial sector‘. 

Presenter:
Nidia Martínez
Assistant Director, Catastrophe Risk, American International Group (AIG)

Panelists:
Susan K. Willis
Civil Engineering Manager, LACO Associations, Inc.
sites.google.com/site/susankwillis

Laurent White,
ExxonMobil Research and Engineering Company
Advanced Scientific Associate
https://www.linkedin.com/in/laurent-white-a231389/

Moderated by Colleen Mouw and Sarah Clem

Below are the details to connect to the webinar. You will best be able to participate with a computer and headset. The meeting room will open at 12:45 to log on and check audio connections. Questions and comments for discussion will be collected via the WebEx chat function. 

Meeting Link
Meeting number: 736 746 074

To join for audio only:
Phone: +1(415)655-0001
Access code: 736 746 074

View previous webinars

We are also still collecting input on topics for future webinars. You can add your input at here: Vote for topics