This past Friday, April 20th, the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE) hosted their first ever Women in Leadership Summit, where they had a panel of guests talk about their careers and their trajectory. The roster of guests was full of women, with Alexandra Lúgaro, Ada Monzón, Gretchen Clavell, Daneris Fernández, Dr. Madeline Torres Lugo, and Dr. Mari Luz Zapata, as well as Mariano Vela, a guest speaker from Chevron.
Over the past year, we have been inspired by the way scientists have used their voices to affirm the role of science in society and contribute to making the world a better place. Now, we are pleased to announce a new program designed to help scientists and researchers take their engagement to the next level.
As the Pardee RAND Graduate School trains graduates who will develop public policy in this country and around the world, we are committed to help ensure that a diversity of voices and perspectives are an integral part of the policymaking process. Part of that commitment is drawing that diversity into public policy education to create the next generation of leaders with a range of voices and perspectives.
Cuando el blog Borinqueña cumplió su primer aniversario en noviembre del 2014, la Dra. Greetchen Díaz Muñoz, su fundadora, comentó sobre la fuerza de las científicas e ingenieras de Puerto Rico: "Si las ciencias y la tecnología fueran la apuesta para encontrar la solución a nuestros más grandes retos y por lo tanto, para potenciar el crecimiento de nuestra economía, entonces nuestro país está orgullosamente en manos de sus mujeres…"
The International Career Advancement Program (ICAP) brings together a small group of mid-career professionals from underrepresented groups with senior officials and policy-makers to spend one week discussing:
AICGS is pleased to announce its inaugural German-American youth exchange program on the theme “Immigration, Integration, and a New Transatlantic Generation.” AICGS is recruiting twenty young leaders from academia, media, business, politics, and society with little or no experience with transatlantic relations for seminars and site visits in Washington and Berlin.