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WIMS Speaker Series 2022 Videos:

April 9, 2022, Keynote Speaker: Donna Parker, MD

 

 

WIMS Meeting February 13, 2019 Video:

Women in Medicine Celebration 2019

September 26, 2019 4:00pm to 6:00pm
Leadership Hall

We celebrated the incredible accomplishments of the women promoted int eh School of Medicine in 2019. We were honored to Have Kathleen M. Neuzil, MD, MPH, FIDSA as our keynote speaker for this inaugural event.

Strategic You

Monday, November 18th, 2019 at 1pm

Rajshree Agarwal"Strategic You" is the second part of our CEO of Me, Inc series by Rajshree Agarwal PhD, the Rudolph Lamone Chair and Professor in Strategy and Entrepreneurship and Director, The Ed Snider Center for Enterprise and Markets at the Robert H. Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland.

This talk on personal leadership follows-up on the concepts discussed in our July session Developing Your Personal Brand: Rising and Thriving as a Woman Leader, which provides strategic frameworks to help you foster you--an enterprising, purposeful individual with limitless potential.

We explored how you can leverage your core skills and capabilities to effectively work with others and create productive and innovative solutions to problems in the world that you care deeply about.

A key framework is the strategic initiatives matrix--identifying your strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats, and crafting strategies that enable you to achieve your purpose and deliver on your value proposition.

If you missed the first event, you can watch the video here!

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Rajshree AgarwalCreating a Leadership Implementation Plan

February 10, 2020

Join us for the final installment of our leadership series with Dr. Rajshree Agarwal, the Rudolph P. Lamone Chair of Entrepreneurship and Director of the Ed Snider Center for Enterprise and Markets at the Robert H. Smith School of Business. Dr Agarwal will draw upon the lessons of the first two sessions--Creating your Personal Brand and Strategic You--to build your personal leadership implementation plan. Develop a pathway for your future success that maximizes your strengths and minimizes your derailers.





The Goals of the CTI

Dr. Nancy Lowitt talks about the goals of the Cultural Transformation Initiative (CTI) at the at the University of Maryland School of Medicine.

Supporting the Mission

Dr. Kimberly Lumpkins talks about the mission and goals of Women and Science in Medicine (WIMS), and why financial support is important.

The Importance of Having Women in Leadership Positions

Dr. Nancy Lowitt talks about the importance of having women in leadership positions, and the need for accountability for faculty who engage in disruptive behaviors.

Developing Your Personal Brand: Rising and Thriving as a Woman Leader

Rajshree Agarwal PhD discusses how you can re-frame age-old patterns in yourself and people around you to bring the best of yourself to work and shine your brightest.

Strategic You

Rajshree Agarwal PhD explores how you can leverage your core skills and capabilities to effectively work with others and create productive and innovative solutions to problems in the world that you care deeply about. A key framework is the strategic initiatives matrix--identifying your strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats, and crafting strategies that enable you to achieve your purpose and deliver on your value proposition.



The Effects of Unconscious Bias in Academic Medicine

Dr. Rona Hertzano is an Associate Professor in the Department of Otorhinolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery. She is an expert the diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the ear, with a specific emphasis on hearing restoration.

Promoting a "Culture of Voice"

Dr. Jill RachBeisel is the Interim Chair of the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Maryland School of Medicine. In this video, Dr. RachBeisel talks about promoting a "culture of voice," and the importance of open and honest communication in a large and diverse organization.

Effects of Implicit and Intrinsic Gender Bias

Dr. Kimberly Lumpkins is an assistant professor of surgery at the University of Maryland School of Medicine. In this video, Dr. Lumpkins talks about the effects of implicit and intrinsic gender bias, the importance of having women in leadership positions, and the needs for support systems for women in academic medicine. 


Developing Your Personal Brand: Rising and Thriving as a Woman Leader - Rajshree Agarwal PhD

The Importance of Having Women in Leadership Positions - Nancy Lowitt, MD, EdM

Effects of Implicit and Intrinsic Gender Bias - Kimberly Lumpkins, MD

The Goals of the the CTI - Nancy Lowitt, MD, EdM

Supporting the Mission - Kimberly Lumpkins, MD

Promoting a "Culture of Voice" - Jill RachBeisel, MD

The Effects of Unconscious Bias in Academic Medicine - Rona Hertzano, MD, PhD

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Developing Your Personal Brand: Rising and Thriving as a Woman Leader

The path to leadership can feel challenging and full of pitfalls. Regardless of whether you currently feel empowered or embittered, inspired or stifled, you can optimize your experience in your workplace. These strategies will enable you to create a virtuous spiral between your aspirations and abilities, and make important contributions that are personally meaningful to you. Dr. Agarwal will discuss how you can re-frame age-old patterns in yourself and people around you to bring the best of yourself to work and shine your brightest.


Creating a Leadership Implementation Plan: Video

Picture a Scientist

 
Special screening of "Picture a Scientist"
 
Brought to you by the ASBMB Women in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Committee
 
The lives of women scientists in academia are fraught with gender discrimination, and yet they persevere — making discoveries, educating emerging scientists and administering departments and research programs. The American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology is proud to offer you a free screening of the new feature-length documentary "Picture a Scientist."
 
Links to the film screening and panel discussion will be provided in your registration confirmation email.
About the film: 
Directed by Ian Cheney and Sharon Shattuck, the Tribeca Film Festival selection follows a biologist, a chemist and a geologist as they lead viewers on a journey deep into their own experiences in the sciences, overcoming brutal harassment, institutional discrimination and years of subtle slights to revolutionize the culture of science.
 
About the event: 
The film will be freely available for viewing for ASBMB members from Oct. 26–Nov. 2. You're invited to join film's director, Sharon Shattuck, and the ASBMB Women in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Committee (WIBMB) for a panel discussion on Nov. 2.
 
The WIBMB felt it was important to bring the powerful message in the film “Picture a Scientist” to the ASBMB membership. “We are hoping to have everyone in the ASBMB watch this film and become aware of what they might do to make everyone’s professional experience in academia equitable,” Susan J. Baserga of Yale University, the WIBMB chair, said. “We appreciate the support and help of our male colleagues who are our allies.”
 
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Developing Your Personal Brand: Rising and Thriving as a Woman Leader

Wednesday, July 10th, 2019 at 1pm

The first Women in Medicine and Science Educational Series of 2019- 2020 was presented by Rajshree Agarwal PhD, the Rudolph Lamone Chair and Professor in Strategy and Entrepreneurship and Director, The Ed Snider Center for Enterprise and Markets at the Robert H. Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland. 

The path to leadership can feel challenging and full of pitfalls. Regardless of whether you currently feel empowered or embittered, inspired or stifled, you can optimize your experience in your workplace. These strategies will enable you to create a virtuous spiral between your aspirations and abilities, and make important contributions that are personally meaningful to you. Dr. Agarwal will discuss how you can re-frame age-old patterns in yourself and people around you to bring the best of yourself to work and shine your brightest.


 


Imposter Syndrome

September 23, 2021

Jill RachBeisel MD, Chair of Psychiatry