Special Seminar: Synthesizing a Career in Chemistry: From Research to Philanthropy

Date: 
Thursday, April 12, 12:00pm
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Synthesizing a Career in Chemistry: From Research to Philanthropy 
with Paula Olsiewski, Program Director at The Alfred P. Sloan Foundation

MIT Chemistry alumna Paula J. Olsiewski, Ph.D. joined the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation as a Program Director in 2000. Dr. Olsiewski created and directs the Foundation’s programs in Microbiology of the Built Environment and Chemistry of Indoor Environments. Dr. Olsiewski led Sloan’s Biosecurity program until its conclusion in 2011 and the Synthetic Biology program until it’s conclusion in 2014. She also oversees the Foundation's New York City Initiatives program, including the Sloan Public Service Awards, and the Sloan Awards for Excellence in Teaching Science and Mathematics.

Read more about Paula Olsiewski here: https://sloan.org/about/staff/paula-j-olsiewski

Please RSVP for the talk here by April 9th, 2018!

Light refreshments are provided. 

** If you are interested in dinner (provided) at a local restaurant, please sign-up here **