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Career Trajectories for Women in Academic Research

As part of the Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences Distinguished Lecture Series, Gale Richardson, associate professor of psychiatry and epidemiology at the University of Pittsburgh, will lead an informal discussion titled “Career Trajectories for Women in Academic Research.”

Her talk will be held Thursday, Sept. 22, from noon to 2 p.m. at the Flora Stone Mather Center for Women (Tinkham Veale University Center, Suite 248).

She will lead a discussion on factors to consider in choosing a career path.

Richardson, who has had an academic career spanning 30 years, has published numerous peer-reviewed articles on the developmental effects of prenatal cocaine, alcohol and marijuana exposure and has an extensive record of National Institutes of Health-funded research and training grants.

Lunch will be provided at this free event.

Supported by ACES+, McBride Endowment, and the Deputy Provost’s Office at Case Western Reserve University, this talk is hosted by the Mandel School.

Registration is available online.