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👩‍🔬 Issue 17: Science-a-thon: Support Women In Science


Oxygen Mag

June 20 · Issue #17 · View online

Handpicked stories for people who care about clean air.

🙏 Greetings,
It’s Amrit. I’m super excited about this issue of Oxygen Mag, because it’s about scientists. More specifically, it’s about supporting the next generation of women scientists. 👩‍🔬
Special thanks to air quality scientist, Dr. Christine Wiedinmyer, for helping me curate this issue!  Besides researching air quality in Boulder, Colorado, she’s the co-founder of the Earth Science Women’s Network (ESWN). It’s a peer-to-peer mentorship organization dedicated to encouraging women to work in Earth sciences through career development, informal mentoring and professional collaboration.
🤔 Did you know? Women make up 30 percent of the workforce in science and engineering occupations in the United States, even though women earned 57 percent of all bachelor’s degrees since the 1990s, according to a National Science Foundation 2017 special report.
💰 Goal: Let’s raise $2,000 together for the next generation of women scientists and help change that statistic above. Are you in?
Love clean air? Please tell the person sitting next to you right now about Oxygen Mag. And, share this on (1) Twitter (2) LinkedIn, or (3) via a quick e-mail.

Handpicked Stories For You 🙌
Support Women Scientists Today
🤔 What is the Science-a-thon?
🇨🇦 "Science is still sexist. I know from my own experience"
🇺🇸 Dr. Christine Wiedinmyer | Air Quality Scientist & Co-Founder of ESWN
🇺🇸 Dr. Tracey Holloway | Air Quality Scientist & President of ESWN
📻 Creating A Network For Women In Science
📊 Meet The Science-a-thon Scientists
A Note From Smokey's Nest 🌲
🔥 Smokey Interviews Dr. Jessica McCarty, Air Quality Researcher and Asst. Professor
☕ How may I help you? If we were sitting across the table from each other, chatting over coffee, chai or a beer, what might you ask me for help with? Seriously. Just hit “reply” and send me a note. I reply to every message, and will do what I can to help. (Yes, really!)
Until next week,
-Amrit Sharma 😷Founder, AirAirAir and SmokeyNew Delhi, India
P.S. Are you on Twitter? Send a tweet “#airairair Delhi” to get a real-time report of air quality in Delhi with Smokey.
P.P.S. Wait. Are you still reading this? Please join me and this community in helping support women scientists with this Science-a-thon!
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