The mission of the GWIMS is to advance the full and successful participation of women in all roles within academic medicine, and to provide a venue for women to participate in advancing the AAMC mission to improve the nation’s health.
The GWIMS aims to serve a national forum to advance women’s success in medicine and science by addressing gender equity, recruitment and retention, awards and recognition, and career advancement.
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6th Annual Symposium Ceremony
Date: April 30, 2018
Time: Reception 4:30 to 5 p.m., Symposium 5 to 6 p.m.
Place: Reception - Academic Lobby, Symposium - Massey Auditorium
Guest Speaker: Judith D. Singer, Ph.D., Senior Vice Provost of Faculty Development and Diversity, and James Bryant Conant, Professor of Education, Harvard University
Topic of Discussion: Lessons Learned in Fostering Faculty Development and Diversity
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