Please register: Invisible differences – Women in STEM networking event
Presented by the UT Dallas Galerstein Women's Center
In partnership with Texas Instruments Incorporated, Mary Kay Inc., and Ericsson
Facilitated by Marsha Clark
5:00 – 6:00 p.m. - Dinner dialogue on leadership within organization
6:00 – 8:00 p.m. - Interactive presentation by Marsha Clark
We have been studying gender differences in the workplace for many decades. Women now make up over 50% of the American workforce. Women are breadwinners in two out of five households. Women make up almost 60% of college students, as well as 50% of students in law school and medical school. They also make or influence 70% of all buying decisions. Learning to work with women is essential in today’s marketplace. Marsha’s presentation will focus on understanding gender differences in:
• Leadership Styles• Relationships• Power• Being a ‘Team Player’• Friendships• Meetings• Approaching New Situations• Communication – Language, Non-Verbal Cues, and Body Orientation.
You don’t want to miss this informative presentation and discussion about how seemingly ‘invisible differences’ can impact our perceived performance and future opportunities.
Open to students, faculty, staff, community, and industry. Dinner is included.
Please note: Visitors may obtain a one-day parking pass at the Visitor Center and University Bookstore (VCB). Visitors may then park in any green or white visitor marked parking spot.
The closest parking lots to the Library are LOT C and LOT D.
Please click the links below for directions to the UT Dallas campus and a campus map.
Please contact Lauren DeCillis via phone: 972-883-6555
or email for questions.
For further information visit the Galerstein Women's Center website