The Superior School of Agriculture Louise de Queiroz (ESAELK) is holding a lecture course entitled “Women in Science” on March 8, from 4 pm to 6 pm. The activity is free and will be conducted online with the participation of researchers from Brazilian and international universities. The event does not require pre-registration.
To watch and participate in the workshop, just enter this Link at the time of the event. In addition to the Piracicaba (SP) campus, other units of the University of São Paulo (USP) are responsible for programming and holding the event that includes discussions on “Advances in Gender Equality in Science and the University”, as well as “Challenges and Overcoming Women in Research”.
The lectures will be given in Portuguese and English. Check out the full schedule below.
Women in Science Workshop: March 8 at 4 pm.
4 pm: Opening Ceremony -Thai Brito Oliveira, Ph.D. in Food Engineering, FZE/USP
- Theme 1: Advances in gender equality in science
Language: English – Moderator: Alain Cesar, Professor Islaq / University of the South Pacific
4:05 pm – Gender equality in science
Magdalena Skipper, Editor-in-Chief of Nature Research Journal
- Theme Two: Dialogues: Progress in Gender Equality at University
Language: Portuguese – Moderator: Andrea Moreno, Professor FMVZ/USP
4:30 PM – Developments in Gender Equality at the University of São Paulo
María Arminda do Nascimento Arruda, Vice President of the University of the South Pacific
4:45 pm – The Guardian in Science
Fernanda Staniskwaki, Professor, UFRGS
- The third axis: challenges and overcoming women in the field of research
Language: English – Moderator: Helena Ferreira, Professor FZEA / USP
17:15 – Building relationships for opportunity and recognition in science
Joanne Cummins, Director of the Association for Women in Science
Schedule details can be found on the event page. “Women in Science”.
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