RHIC & AGS Annual Users' Meeting

Workshop 6 (Panel Discussion)


Diversity in Physics: What can we do better? Article in The Bulletin

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Date: Thursday, May 29, 2008
Organizers: Astrid Morreale and Christine Nattrass
Time: Early Evening
Location: Berkner Hall, Room B, Bldg. 488
This Year the RHIC and AGS is holding the annual users meeting at BNL. As part of the agenda we will dedicate a session of talks dedicated to Women in Science/minority issues raising awareness of the under-representation of women/minorities in the field of physics, discuss barriers, share success stories, propose ways to improve participation globally


17:30   Closing the Gender Gap   Dr M. Urry, Yale University
18:05   Lessons from the Life Sciences   Dr. L. Smith-Doerr, NSF
18:40   Are there Differences doing Physics in Europe and America?   Dr. E. Aschenauer, Jefferson Lab

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