2003 women's seminar: strategic choices & serendipity
Sheri Sheppard, Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Advisor to the ME Women's Group
Title: "Where we are and where we want to be"
Persis Drell, Director of Research, SLAC
Title: "From near to far, from here to there, funny things are everywhere!" (Dr. Seuss)
Maria Klawe, Dean of Engineering and Applied Science, Princeton University
Title: "Fallen Mathematician, Reborn Engineer or Artist-Wannabe?"
Telle Whitney, President of the Institute for Women and Technology
Title: "How to Combine Passion, Technology and Life, and Have Fun along the Way"
Mimi Koehl, Professor, Department of Integrative Biology, UC Berkeley
Title: "How did an art major end up doing biomechanics?"
Ellen Ochoa, Mission Specialist Astronaut; Deputy Director, Flight Crew Operations, at Johnson Space Center
Title: "Stanford Grad to NASA Astronaut to Stanford Trustee"
Jill Tarter, Director of the Center for SETI Research
Title: "I've Got the Best Job in the World - by Accident* *But remember what Louis Pasteur had to say about that."
Ellen Petrill, Engineering Manager at EPRI
Title: "From the Beach to Global Sustainability: How a Beach Kid Can Make a Difference"
Bernie Roth, Professor of Mechanical Engineering at Stanford, co-teacher of E311B
Title to be announced at the END of the talk
Marcia McNutt, president and CEO of The Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute
Title: "How my twins trained me for management"