Vasseur advocates for women in science

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Vasseur advocates for women in science

Published on August 10 2011


A Brock scientist has taken a lead role in an international organization of women engineers and scientists.

Liette Vasseur, Biological Sciences professor, is new Secretary General of the International Network of Women Engineers and Scientists (INWES). The network, which supports women in science, technology, engineering and mathematics, has more than 250,000 members from 60 countries. It was formed in 1999 during a UNESCO World Science Conference.

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