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To commemorate International Women’s day this 8th of March, we are posting a series of e-seminars about women in science produced by the University of Oxford with the aim of promoting and encouraging women in their scientific careers.
The series provide information and resources, which may aid females in pursuing their careers. They also cover pressing issues facing scientists today, including: career pathways, funding challenges, work and life balance, mentorship, and career progression. The overall goal is to convince women out there that, although it may be challenging, it is possible for motivated women to succeed in science.
"The story of women's struggle for equality belongs to no single feminist nor to any one organization but to the collective efforts of all who care about human rights" Gloria Steinem
Just click on the titles to open the videos:
- If I knew then what I know now. Being resourceful and strategic in traversing the science career landscape
- Lessons learned on the way up - how to take control of your career in science and still have a life!
- Women in science: A career in juggling, organisation and guilt management
These videos are made available by the University of Oxford as open education resources that are free for reuse, remixing and redistribution in education worldwide. You can freely use and distribute then for non-commercial purposes; please reference University of Oxford, Global Health Laboratories and The Global Health Network when you do.
This resource was originally posted in Global Health Laboratories.