The overarching goal of Women in Science at Nencki is to promote the interests of female scientists and advocate for gender equality in Academia. Our community is welcoming not only to women and gender minorities at Nencki, but to everyone who is interested in promoting gender equality in science and research.
Even though the involvement of women in science has continued to grow, they are still underrepresented in many fields and face significant challenges at all levels of their scientific careers. The glass ceiling is far from broken. Join us to learn how we can face these challenges.
Diana Legutko PhD student
Martyna Pękała PhD student
Izabela Lepiarz-Raba PhD student
Advocacy / Networking
Alicja Puścian PhD
Marta Gawor PhD
Outreach and Social Media
Paloma Álvarez-Suárez PhD student
Magdalena Gomółka PhD student
We aim to organize a series of events dedicated to open discussion about gender equality and ways to support women at different career stages. and Moreover, we intend to build a platform for female networking and mentorship.
The topics we plan to highlight in lectures and panel discussions with guest speakers and experts include i.e. leadership, work/life balance, discrimination, gender bias in Academia, mentorship, approaches to conflict resolution, and gender pay gap.
All are welcome…
We encourage fellow male scientists to join us and openly share their thoughts and opinions. Your point of view is much appreciated since our objective is to build an inclusive and open-minded community. We count on your involvement!
For our upcoming events we highly encourage you to visit our Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/NenckiWomeninScience/
Meeting with Prof. Agnieszka Dobrzyń
Meeting with Prof. Ewelina Knapska
Meeting with Dr. Aleksandra Pękowska
Workshop: Negotiation techniques with a gender perspective led by Marta Adamska
Meeting with Prof. Eileen Pollack organized in collaboration with Women in Science at Yale
Meeting with Prof. Carmen Sandi organized in collaboration with ALBA Network
Workshop: Unconscious bias during recruitment process and academic evaluation led by Prof. Agnieszka Dobrzyń
Sukces Pisany Szminką
Live talk in Radio Kampus
Talk in Radio Czwórka
Founded by a group of leading scientists, the Alba Network aims to promote equality and diversity in the brain sciences.
|WISAY (Women in Science at Yale)
Women in Science at Yale are dedicated to promoting the interests of female, transgender, and non-binary scientists and advocating for gender equality in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). Their community is welcoming not only to women and gender minorities at Yale, but to everyone who is interested in promoting gender equality in science and research.