Professor Stubbe was nominated by WISAY members and then selected by the WISAY board as the winner of the first annual WISAY Distinguished Women Scientist Award. These are pictures from Dr.
Gallery of Events
WISAY members got together with their mentors/mentees for a fun night of socializing over autum-themed crafts.
WISAY got together with the Yale Women’s Faculty Forumn for a night of mingling, netwroking, and fun!
WISAY hosted a panel of Yale women faculty and researchers to discuss a study done by Yale scientists and published in PNAS that shows evidence for unconscious bias against fema
WISAY invited grad students, post-docs, and undergrads doing summer research to take a break from the lab and mingle with their fellow women scientists, meet new people, relax, and cook out!
WISAY and the Biophysical Training Grant held a panel discussion featuring three successful recent Yale graduate school science alumnae with diverse career paths: science policy, industry, academic administration, and teaching.
In this series of informal lunch seminars, post-docs shared their wisdom in areas of their expertise with graduate students. Topics of these seminars included teaching, choosing a post-doc, and forming networks and collaborations.
WISAY mentors and mentees gathered to take a break from end-of-semester stress and chat, relax, and decorate and eat delicious cupcakes.
WISAY Mentoring welcomed the winter with paper snowflakes, valentines, hot cocoa and other warm treats!
On October 20, 2011, WISAY had a pumpkin carving party to establish our mentor-mentee relationships for this year, and it was a great evening!