Building an Inclusive Community in Oceanography – How we can all contribute a Town Hall meeting organized by MPOWIR at Ocean Sciences, 2020
February 17, 2020
San Diego, CA

Advancing Systemic Changes Through Faculty and Early Career Development to Improve Institutional Climages
Aradhna Tripati, UCLA

Presentation PDF

Link to reading list

Making the Most of Mentoring Relationships: a Town Hall Meeting organized by MPOWIR at Ocean Sciences, 2018
February 12, 2018
Portland, OR.

Mentoring Oceanographers
LuAnne Thompson of University of Washington
Presentation PDF

Dual Careers and Work/Life Integration: Challenges and Opportunities, a Town Hall Meeting sponsored by MPOWIR at Ocean Sciences, 2014
February 24, 2014
Honolulu, HI.

Kelly Ward of University of Washington was invited to speak on recent research about dual career couples.

2013 Pattullo Conference
October 6-9, 2013
Warrenton, VA.

Negotiations talk by Valerie Hickey, World Bank

2010 Pattullo Conference
May 23-28, 2010
Charleston, SC.

Keynote talk by Mary Anne Holmes, University of Nebraska – Lincoln

Where do all the oceanographers go? Career paths in oceanography, a Town Hall Meeting sponsored by MPOWIR at Ocean Sciences, 2010
February 23, 2010
Portland, OR.

Five scientists representing careers in industry, academia, and teaching participated in an interactive panel discussion.
PowerPoint (slides from LuAnne Thompson’s presentation about career data in physical oceanography)

MPOWIR at Ocean Sciences 2010
February 24, 2010
Portland, OR.

Poster presentation by Lisa Gerber in the session entitled Compound Interest: Research + Energy + Outreach = Career and Personal Yield.
Poster file (pdf)

MPOWIR at the Geological Society of America Meeting
October 6, 2008
Houston, TX.

Lisa Valvo spoke about MPOWIR at the annual GSA meeting. The talk was given in the session on Geoscience Diversity 2008: Status, Strategies, and Success Models.

Dual Career Couples in the Sciences, a Town Hall Meeting sponsored by MPOWIR at Ocean Sciences, 2008
March 6, 2008
Orlando, FL.

Elizabeth Creamer of Virginia Tech was invited to speak on recent research about the impact of children and/or an academic spouse on faculty research.