Black Women in Science: A Date with Sci Comm (Cell Press)
Through presentations and a live Q&A segment, Cell Press employees are giving us insight into the opportunities in scientific communication
Within society, Black women may face various experiences that impact their aspirations and progression in Science. Passionate about changing this narrative and creating a community where Black women in science feel seen and supported, the Black Women in Science (BWiS) Network is hosting a series of information evenings for Black women in science to get more of an insight into the possibilities of a career in science.
Cell Press is a global academic publishing group that publishes over 50 scientific journals across the life, physical, earth, and health sciences, both independently and in partnership with scientific societies. Cell Press’ mission is to inspire future directions in research by nurturing and supporting scholars and practitioners in all scientific disciplines, providing editorial expertise that is insightful and fair, from a team of expert scientists that actively collaborate with authors. You can read more about Cell press and its values at http://www.cell.com/about.
Through presentations and a live Q&A segment, Cell Press employees John Pham, Jordan Greer, Noelani Alexis, and Caeul Lim are giving us an insight into the opportunities and career prospects in scientific communication and publication. Hosted by BWiS founder, Tomi Akingbade, this event will give you backstage access to science communicators at Cell Press.
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Whether you are new to scientific communication, you already produce scientific content, or you simply want to know more about life at Cell Press, this is a date you want to swipe right on.
This informative event will leave you feeling knowledgeable about the career opportunities within science publishing and communication.