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HUMAN COMPUTERS: A MOMENT IN HISTORY FEATURING DR. CHRISTINE DARDEN FROM HIDDEN FIGURES

April 4th


12:30-2:00

Trinkle Hall

Luncheon, historical videos, & discussion with Dr. Darden and a NASA

panel, including a former WM alum, Dr. Michelle Ferebee

RSVP: http://forms.wm.edu/31050


5:30

Commonwealth Auditiorium

5:30pm | NASA panelists’ perspective of the movie

5:45pm | Introduction of movie by Dr. Darden

6:15pm | Hidden Figures screening


8:30-9:45

Cohen Career Center

Reception & exhibit, with Q&A


For more information visit: http://bit.ly/2mfC4

Careers in public healh panel

April 6, 5:30-7:00

Cohen Presentation Room


The field of public health offers many exciting options. A panel of professionals representing different sectors in public health will discuss their education and career paths, offer advice on gaining career experience and attending graduate school, and answer your questions.
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Alumni Spotlight: Molly Brady

Molly graduated from W&M in '96 with her Bachelors in Biology. She went on to recieve her Masters in Public Health from Emory University. She worked from 3 years as an Infectious Disease Advisor for USAID in Thailand before joining the World Health Organization. There she worked as an NTD Technical Officer iN Switzerland and a Neglected Tropical Disease Technical Advisor in the Philippines. She now works as an NTD Advisor at RTI International. If you'd like to connect with Molly you can visit her LinkedIn, but you can also see her at the Careers in Public Health Panel on April 6th!

Don's isc quick advising

Don Snyder, your Science & Technology career advisor, will be holding quick advising hours Wednesdays in March & April from 1-3 PM in ISC-3, room 1291. Come by with all your career questions!

don's blackboard site

Don also runs a Blackboard site filled with different career resources to help you get on the right path. On it you can find everything from guidance articles to job opportunities. If you don't already see it listed with your actual classes on your Blackboard, email Don at dlsnyder@wm.edu to get added. Trust me, it's worth it.

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