Dr. Sarah Ann Stewart, assistant professor in the Math & Computer Science department, served as the co-director of the 2009 Career Mentoring Workshop held in Norton, Massachusetts. The three-day workshop targets women pursuing a Ph.D. in mathematics and seeks to better prepare these women for the job search and their future careers. Information sessions and mentoring opportunities formed the majority of the time at the workshop. In addition to helping with the organization of the workshop, Stewart led a session titled, “The Job Search: An Overview.”
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