20th July: Final Research Culture conference & INWES 20th Anniversary

The International Network of Women Engineers and Scientists (INWES) as a partner of the University of Warwick has collaborated with the project: “Reimagining a STEM Research Culture”. The goal of the project is to consolidate intrinsic experiences, mindsets, attitudes, and insights that feed into a reimagined culture for enhancing access to and participation in STEM research and innovation. Use the hashtag #enhancingresearchculture to share your thoughts.

In 2022, INWES is also celebrating its 20th Anniversary. In July 2002, the International Conference of Women Engineers and Scientists (ICWES12) delegates supported the creation of the International Network of Women Engineers and Scientists (INWES). The vote from representatives of 30 countries was unanimous.

Save the date! 20th July at 13:00 UTC

Join us to learn about the “Reimagining a STEM Research Culture” project and to celebrate INWES 20th Anniversary. Use the hashtag #20YearsofINWES to join the festivities and tag us in a short video about your thoughts on INWES and its anniversary!

Register to attend or watch on our YouTube channel.

Schedule:

  • Welcome: Jung Sun Kim, INWES President
  • International Relationship and Global Networks, Wai Yie
  • Warwick University: Research culture project presentation, Georgia Kremmyda and Project Outcomes, Jenny Spiga
  • Regional networks summary of the Warwick project webinars:
    • APNN representative: Battsengel Baatar
    • MENA Chair: Najla Triki
    • Europe Chair: Sylvia Kegel
    • ARN President: Rufina Dabo
    • Americas Chair: Sylvia Ortega
  • Previous INWES presidents’ conversation:
    • Gail Mattson
    • Kong-Joo Lee
    • Sue Bird
    • Monique Frize
  • INWES members’ experiences:
    • Rufina Dabo
    • Nadia Soussi
  • New activities, and projects. ‘Where’s INWES heading?’ Nadia Ghazzali, INWES Deputy President
  • GISE Project, Sarah Peers, Project Manager for INWES
  • ICWES19 (International Conference of Women Engineers and Scientists)
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