Assoc. for Women in Science

Winter 2015

AWIS Magazine covers topics important to women in science, technology, engineering, mathematics, and medicine fields. Topics include career advancement, work-life balance, the state of science and technology, women’s wellness, and AWIS’ political and

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table of contents 8 Good2know: Statistical Significance 10 Where Recruiters and Job Seekers Meet 14 Keeping it Professional Picking the Right Profile Image to Further – Not Hurt – Your Career 16 Painless Business Networking: 3 Things Highly Successful People Know about This Crucial Career Tool 18 The Pace of Innovation: Necessitates Global Participation of Women in STEM — AWIS and TechWomen 20 What is TechWomen? 21 Computer Science Now Officially Part of STEM 22 Women Must Play Bigger Part in Environmental Science: Abu Dhabi Summit 23 The World's Richest Women: Where Do Women in STEM Rank? 24 Stereoisomer Showdown: Dr. Dolly Chitta and Dr. Marina Galvez Peralta 28 Gender Inequality is Rife and "Trivialized" Finds LSE Commission 34 The True Meaning of Techquity 36 Female Sexual Dysfunction Cure in a Little Pink Pill? 40 What Fewer Women in STEM Means for Their Mental Health 46 Wearable Fitness Trackers: Are They Worth It? 48 Top Five Fitness Trackers 50 Summit Explores Women in STEM and Entrepreneurship 52 AWIS Summit Recap 57 AWIS Joins International Initiative to Gain Recognition for Women in Science 61 Calendar 62 The Last Word: Nathalie Bontoux Other Content: winter 2015 volume 46 04 association for women in science | winter 2015 4 From the Cover: Advances in Ovarian Cryopreservation To Quota or Not to Quota 44 32 Radical Recommendations from Texas to Close Inequality PLUS: 4 Tips for Posting Your Resume Online – page 15 26 44 28

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