Explore Career Paths that Combine Life Sciences with Computer Sciences

Society for Canadian Women in Science and Technology Promotes, encourages and empowers women and girls in science and technology SCWIST X UBC-Computer Science Presents: Explore Career Paths that Combine Life Sciences with Computer Sciences Biologists and healthcare providers are turning to IT to design innovative solutions. The demand for talents with knowledge in IT and […]

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Events in the Community – Women 2.0 Founder Friday Vancouver

Join Women 2.0 this October for Founder Friday Vancouver on Friday, October 4th from 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm. Hosted by Work [at] Play. Founder Friday is a Women 2.0 networking event to promote the creation of new networks among aspiring entrepreneurs, current entrepreneurs and investors in innovative cities around the world. Both women and men are invited to […]

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Creating Connections – Working Together to Transform Our World

Creating Connections is a conference to support and enable a meaningful dialogue about the role of women in science, engineering, and technology, and to build capacity for individuals and organizations to engage in transformational and long-lasting change. The conference is for everyone who wants to be part of the discussion, inclusive of all genders, backgrounds, […]

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Career Spotlight: Christina McSherry, Program Manager/Producer at EA Sports

Christina McSherry, Program Manager/Producer at EA Sports by Kristi Charish I want to thank my friend Christina McSherry at Electronic Arts for taking the time to chat with me about her career path. For those of you out there who don’t know, Electronic Arts is one of the most successful video game companies in the […]

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Five Steps to a Successful Career in Canada

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Please join Dr. Roslyn Kunin, for a presentation where she explains her “Five Steps to a Successful Career in Canada”, followed by a personalised Q&A session. Dr. Kunin is one of those rare economists who can make the often difficult subject of economics, understandable and even interesting. March 28, 2012 6:00PM Creekside Community Centre (Olympic […]

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