Dear Women Faculty,
I hope you all are having a good summer!
This letter is to update you on the upcoming activities of the OWISM, as well as to provide you with some interesting articles to read and videos to view.
Information and Conversation Sessions
The OWISM will host its first Information and Conversation session of the Fall entitled “How to Write a Perfect Bio and CV: A Mini Workshop” which will be facilitated by Linda Smith-Resar and Alison Moliterno. Learning how to tweak your CV and Bio, is critical for your academic success. This session will take place on Thursday September 12, from noon to 1pm. It will be held in MRB G01. Please make the time to attend this important session. This session is open to all SOM women faculty. Respond to firstname.lastname@example.org if you plan to attend. Beverages and desserts will be provided. Please see attached flyer for this as well as future sessions.
OWISM Speed Mentoring
The OWISM continues its unique speed mentoring program! In each one hour session scheduled, mentees will have the opportunity to network with three senior mentors. We will continue to have 4 sessions annually, and our next event is scheduled for Tuesday, September 24, 2013 from 8:30-9:30am in the Arcade (Zayed 2117) Lecture Hall located next to the Chevy Chase Auditorium. We are looking for mentors and mentees, so please contact the OWISM@jhmi.edu if you want to learn about this program and/or register! See the attached brochure for further information!
Work/Life Intersection Series
The Office of Women in Science and Medicine will hold an interactive session entitled “Evidence Based Parenting” which will take place on Thursday, October 17, from 12:00PM-1:00PM in the Arcade Lecture Hall located next to the Chevy Chase Auditorium. This is part of a series for women faculty and staff to discuss issues surrounding work-life intersection. Join Anne Townsend-Chief Academic Officer for Mariposa Child Success Programs for an interactive workshop focused on the best practices in parenting. Come learn about the 5 key skills to foster strong parent –child relationships and increase your child’s ability to persist in the face of difficulties. Pease take the time to attend this important workshop. Please bring your lunch, dessert and beverages will be provided. This session is open to all women faculty and staff, please RSVP to the email@example.com if you plan to attend!
OWISM CV Review Program
The OWISM continues to provide CV review for senior Associate Professors who anticipate promotion to Full Professor in the next 2 years. We encourage you to participate in this unique process, and get input on your CV from two Women Full Professors. This program has been very useful for women and I encourage you to send your CV if appropriate.
Leadership Program for Women Faculty
The OWISM continues to provide the Leadership Program for Women Faculty. We are presently establishing our fifth cohort and our program will begin in the Fall. In the meantime , I would like to congratulate all the wonderful and knowledgeable women who graduated from the fourth cohort:
Emerging Women Leadership Program
We are completing our 2nd cohort. In September, we will begin recruiting for our third Emerging Women Leadership Program. Check the website for details in the fall.
Articles of Interest
I have attached the spring issue of GWIMS Watch as well as an interesting article on self-sabotage, please see the attached PDFs.
Some Video Links for you to view:
Here are some interesting TED talks by Brene Brown about vulnerability, shame, creativity, and empathy. I hope you will find these inspiring:
Lastly I would like to take this opportunity to congratulate all of the women Promoted to Associate and Full Professor so far in 2013! Please see the attached lists. It is encouraging to see so many women rise to senior rank!
Vered Stearns, Oncology
Eugenie Heitmiller, Anesthesiology & Critical Care Medicine
Barbara Slusher, Neurology
Jennifer Thorne, Ophthalmology
Donna Magid, Radiology
Wendy Post, Medicine
Associate Professor Promotions:
Anne Burke, Gynecology and Obstetrics
Margaret Chisolm, Psychiatry
Lee Wachtel, Psychiatry
Teresa Diaz-Montes, Gynecology and Obstetrics
Miho Iijima, Cell Biology
Holly Wilcox, Psychiatry
Kathleen Zackowski, PMR
Emily Frosch, Psychiatry
Charlene Gamaldo, Neurology
B. Lee Peterlin, Neurology
Cynthia Zahnow, Oncology
Ayse Gurses, Anesthesiology & Critical Care
Rasika Mathias, Medicine
Cynthia Munro, Psychiatry
Janet Siliciano, Medicine
Hsin-Chieh Yeh, Medicine
Beatrice Hoffman, Emergency Medicine
Lisa Ishii, Otolaryngology
Jacky Jennings, Pediatrics
Hong Lai, Radiology
Additional Kudos go to these women faculty:
The press release from Rockefeller University was just posted: Lewis Thomas Prize to be awarded to Kay Redfield Jamison
Maria Trent MD MPH - Recipient of the 2013, National Medical Association Council on Concerns of Women Physicians (CCWP) – Research Award
Ulrike Hamper MD MBA FACR - Recipient of the Lifetime Service Award and the Distinguished Service Award from The American Board of Radiology
Five Johns Hopkins Physicians Inducted into American Society for Clinical Investigation - Ebony Boulware (MED), Sherita Golden (MED), Kelly Gebo (MED), Andrea Cox (MED), and Mary Armanios (Oncology) ASCI Website
If you have any comments or questions, please always feel free to contact the office at OWISM@jhmi.edu. Please remember to let me know of any awards or acknowledgements so that I can update everyone.
I welcome any and all feedback and look forward to seeing you at our fall programs!