We’re Finding Ada at York University with a talk on STEMinism & a Wikipedia Editathon

Celebrate Ada Lovelace Day with us at York University’s Keele Campus.

Monday 26th October 2015: Dean of Science at Ryerson University, Professor Imogen Coe will talk about why we all need to be STEMinists in supporting women in Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics. Bergeron Centre for Engineering Excellence 217, 1:30-2:30 pm.

Thursday 29th October 2015: We’re holding a Wikipedia Editathon at Steacie Science & Engineering Library, 10 am-5 pm.

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Ada Lovelace Day Wikipedia 2015 Editathon at YorkU

imgresCelebrate Ada Lovelace Day at YorkU on Thursday October 29, 10am-5pm

Lower level computer lab, Steacie Science Library, YorkU, 4700 Keele Street, Toronto

Join an interdisciplinary team of faculty and students as we create, expand and improve Wikipedia entries for Women in STEM (science, technology, engineering & math). This group is under-represented in Wikipedia.

Learn how to be a Wikipedian. Drop by for as long or short a time as you have available. We will have swag & snacks for you.

Dawn Bazely & John Dupuis

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EVENT IS STILL ON, pls register! Saturday March 7th 2015 for a celebration of YorkU Women in Science Alumnae & Students

2015-01-21 12.30.47In 2015, York University’s Science Faculty is celebrating its 50th Anniversary.

To celebrate the achievements of the many women alumnae who have graduated from York’s science programmes in the last few decades, we are holding an open house in the fabulous new Life Sciences Building on the Keele Campus.

We aim to recognize the diverse accomplishments and careers of female York STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) alums who graduated from the Faculty of Science/Faculty of Science and Engineering/Faculty of Pure and Applied Science.

We have created an exciting programme featuring dynamic alumnae and staff, who will speak about their careers and families and the challenges of balancing them.

Our panels cover both STEM women alumnae who have followed fairly traditional career paths and those whose lives have followed less traditional paths.

This event is also a change to connect our current students with graduates.

We welcome all current students as well as our female alumnae and their families.

We hope that everyone will have a chance to exchange their stories.

The Steering Committee: Dawn Bazely, Sampa Bhadra and Michael de Robertis