2014 Elizabeth Bingham Award Recipient, Marielena “Maty” Mata, PhD, (center) joined by nonimator, Svetlana Fayngerts, PhD, (right) receives her plaque from co-nominator and outgoing AWIS-PHL President Allison Beal, PhD.
Rebecca Pierce (left), graduate student in Mechanical Engineering and Applied Mechanics, University of PA, is congratulated on receiving the 2014 Robert E. Davies Travel Award, by outgoing AWIS-PHL President, Allison Beal, PhD.
Other Award Winners not shown:
Stephanie Manasse, Department of Psychology, Drexel University, 2014 Adelaide M. Delluva Travel Award
Justine Zhang, Archmere Academy, 2014 AWIS-PHL-sponsored High School Science Award administered by the Delaware Valley Science Council>
(photos courtesy of Katherine J. Kuchenbecker, PhD)
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Interested in a chance to gain some writing experience and help AWIS?
AWIS National is currently looking for writers to support the Washington Wire and AWIS Magazine.
The Washington Wire is a monthly commitment consisting of tracking down 1-2 news articles on a given topic plus one of your own interests. Writers will work with an editor to draft abstracts for their issue of the Wire.
Writing for the AWIS Magazine consists of a single 500-800 word article each quarter. The writing deadlines are July 28, Sept. 4, and Dec. 18, for this year. AWIS will give direction with writing as well as article ideas and offer guidance during the writing process. It is a very hands-on process. Some articles are fairly basic, while others are more involved. They have something to offer anyone who is interested.
AWIS-PHL Treasurer Catherine Moorwood wrote for the Washington Wire for almost 2 years and would be happy to share more information with anyone who is interested. You can reach her at email@example.com. Or contact Allison J. Kimble, Communications Manager, Association for Women in Science (703) 894-4490 Kimble@awis.org.