You Choose Award winners 2010

For inspiration, download their winning applications.

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Andrew Baker, RSMAS, for his application to organize a one-day communications workshop to teach oceans scientists effective methods for communicating their research to policymakers, the public and the media. Proposal

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Laura Bianchi, Miller School of Medicine, for her application to bring in prominent women in Physiology and Biophysics to give research seminars and engage in mentoring activities. Proposal

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Villy Kourafalou, RSMAS, for her application to participate as a leader in the international science team meeting for global ocean data assimilation and experiment OceanView.Proposal

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Wen-Hsiang Lee, Miller School of Medicine, for her application to host educational forums aimed at navigating the promotions and tenure process. Each forum will consist of a presentation by members of the Promotion and Tenure Committee, a panel discussion, a networking event and a follow-up evaluation. Proposal

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Pamela Monje, Miller School of Medicine, for her application to mount a Workshop on Group Support to Accomplish Success in the Academic Environment, led by Dr. Ellen Daniell, author of the book “Every Other Thursday”: Stories and Strategies from Successful Women Scientists Proposal

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Blythe Nobleman and Helena Solo-Gabriele, College of Engineering, for their application to organize a one-day writing workshop led by Judith Swan of Princeton that will be particularly focused on effective writing for faculty and postdoctoral associates as well as for writing mentors.Proposal. Final Report