Seattle AWIS Banquet Invitation
NOTE: This announcement is for informational purposes only. ORCA is not associated with AWIS.
Celebrate the achievements of women in science!
Join Seattle AWIS (Association for Women in Science) for an inspirational evening honoring the 2019 AWIS Award winners.
2019 Seattle AWIS Banquet
Thursday – June 6, 2019 – 6:30-10:00pm
UW Center for Urban Horticulture
3501 NE 41st St., Seattle, WA 98105
Seats are limited – buy your ticket today.
The Seattle AWIS Banquet promises to be an inspirational evening. You will hear from the 2019 Award Winners, meet the AWIS undergraduate scholarship winners and enjoy the company of other supporters of women in science, technology, engineering and math.
The Seattle AWIS banquet is open to the public – AWIS members and non-members, women and men.
Individual banquet ticket sales are available online at https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/4214770.
Student tickets - $30; AWIS Members - $35; Non-AWIS Members - $40
(Service fee added to credit card payments. Payment by check is also available.)
Seattle AWIS is honored to recognize four outstanding women who have advanced their fields of scientific research, education and outreach. They are leaders and innovators whose work has made an impact. They are mentors and inspiring role models for students and other professionals.
2019 Award Winners:
Science Advancement & Leadership:
Dr. Denise Galloway, PhD, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
Early Career Achievement in STEM:
Dr. Corrie Ortega, PhD, Intellectual Ventures Laboratory
Excellence in STEM Education/Outreach:
Jeanne Chowning, MS, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
Outstanding Seattle AWIS Member:
Dr. Reitha Weeks, PhD, Shoreline Community College
For more information about the event or the award winners, visit http://seattleawis.org/award/seattle-awis-awards/.
Plan to join us June 6th for an inspirational evening! Invite colleagues, friends and family to join you!
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We are actively reaching out to match the newest members of our profession at the University of Washington’s BRAMS program with host ORCA members. Spend a day together.
This is an opportunity available to current members only.
Please contact Elizabeth Cross Nichol for more information or click on the buttons below to fill out an information or application form.
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