June 9, 2015
Organized by the Faculty of Arts & Science in May, female students met with alumnae who have developed successful careers in the STEM fields within both academia and industry. The purpose of the event: prepare soon-to-be graduates for the transition to the professional world.
Patricia Thaine, a PhD candidate in computer science and acoustic forensics who one day hopes to start her own business, notes, “I’ve learned a lot at this event, both about the different paths that exist and how CEOs address problems that they’re faced with. This environment provides a great networking experience for meeting females who are leaders in their respective fields.”
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