Category: Women & Mars Conference 2011

Video of Women and Mars Conference online

I would like to thank everybody who attended the Women and Mars Conference.  From the response we have received from participants and attendees (as well as online viewers), it is clear that the conference was a success.  If you have any questions or comments concerning the conference, please do not hesitate to contact us. By the end […]

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conference practicalities (read!)

Some info to make your conference more enjoyable: The Jack Morton Auditorium tends to feel cold.  Especially now since the weather is so fine, the temperature inside is distinctly cold by comparison. Bring a jacket, cardigan or wrap. You yourself know best how you withstand a cold airconditioned room. NO food or drinks inside the […]

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Free livestream Women and Mars conference

The Women and Mars Conference is just a few days away.  Register today at www.womenandmars.eventbrite.com. You don’t want to miss this conference – see the updated conference agenda Explore Mars is also pleased to announce that NASA has arranged for the Women and Mars Conference to be webcasted, freely available to anyone.  ”We hope that as many […]

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AGENDA Women & Mars Conference 9-10 November 2011

AGENDA Women & Mars Conference 9-10 November 2011

Women and Mars Conference Jack Morton Auditorium George Washington University November 9-10, 2011 Only one night to go until the Women and Mars Conference in Washington, DC! To register for the Women and Mars Conference, please visit our registration page at : Www.womenandmars.eventbrite.com If you still need a hotelroom, contact us, we might be able to help (carberry @ […]

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Women and Mars Conference

Women and Mars Conference

Rebecca Keiser, NASA, one of the ‘Mars-women’ Explore Mars Presents the Women and Mars Conference On November 9-10, 2011, Explore Mars, Inc. will be presenting the Women and Mars Conference at the Jack Morton Auditorium at George Washington University in Washington, D.C.  Topics to be discussed at the conference include, “Why are so many women […]

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