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Jan. 28-31: We had a great visit to Delhi, India this week to plan future collaborations. Thanks to all who met with us and shared their interests.

Jan. 6-8: Hello and best wishes to all the wonderful women scientists that attended our workshops this week in Bangkok. And thanks to L'Oreal, NSTDA and MTEC for sponsorship. Stay in touch on Facebook!

Dec. 9-12: Greetings and welcome to all our new friends we met at the Africa Materials Research Society Meeting this week in Addis, Ethiopia. Stay in touch and join us on facebook!

Nov. 4-7: Fantastic COACH networking workshop for women scientists in the Americas on "Natural Hazards Associated with Water and Hydrology" held this week in Buenos Aires. See pictures of the "Dames of Hazards" on our facebook page.

Oct. 2: Great to meet with the fantastic scientsts from SE Asia at the PEER Conference in Bangkok. Wishing you the best in your research endeavors!

Sept.7: POWERFUL POSTDOCS workshop at ACS. Hire these women! They are wonderful! Great to meet all of the attendees - and happy job hunting!

July 23: COACh in Gabon! What a treat to work with all the wonderful faculty and students at our COACh workshops at USTM in Franceville Gabon. C'était super!

June 25: COACh in Thailand: We are honored to have met with faculty and leaders from universities around Bangkok to plan for future workshops and collaborations. See you again in January 2013!

June 23: COACh in Indonesia : Thanks to the Kavli Foundation for sponsoring our COACh workshops today in Bali for a wonderful group of STEM faculty and grad students i. Semoga sukses!

June 20: COACh in Japan: Thanks to all the faculty and administrators from several universities in Japan who met with us in Tokyo to discuss how they could increase the success of women in Higher Ed. in Japan.

June 7: COACh-Kenya! Another great trip to Nairobi where we conducted COACh workshops and discussed collaborations with scientists and engineers at Kenyatta University, U. of Nairobi and JKUAT. Kenyatta University is going to be the hub of COACh-Kenya! Pictures and more on our Facebook page.

May 28: COACh-Cameroon News: Congratulations to Dr. Paulette Bisseck, senior lecturer in organic chemistry at the University of Yaounde who has been elected to the Senate of the SW Region of Cameroon, and to Dr. Marie-Louise Avana Tientcheu who was recently appointed as the Coordinator of a prestigious Agroforestry project - CRESA BOIS - located in NkolBisson Yaounde. Details on our Facebook page.

May 12: As a fitting tribute to Mother's Day, see the Editorial we just published in C&E News on Work-Life Balance!

May 3: Check out our Family-Care Survey Results! Over 300 respondents and lots of interesting results! Thanks everyone for being a part of this important survey.

April 6: What a fantastic set of COACh workshops and participants we had today in New Orleans! See all the GREAT pictures on our Facebook page.

Mar. 25: Check out our Facebook page! It's full of great pictures of recent COACh activities - with more to follow in the coming days.

Mar. 13: Spent the day at ESPRIT in Tunis. What a great university for training scientists, engineers and technicians! Thank you Zohra!

Mar. 11,12: We just completed a series of COACh workshops for students, faculty and researchers at the University of Tunis. Thanks to all for the warm Tunisian welcome and wonderful food.

Mar. 8: Happy International Women's Day from Casablanca where we have been conducting a series of COACh Career Building Workshops.

Mar. 5-7: Thanks to all of the Moroccan, Tunisian and Algerian women scientists who participated in our Research Workshop on Water, Energy and the Environment! Check out the pics on Facebook.

Mar. 1: We're looking forward to meeting our new Moroccan, Algerian and Tunisian colleagues next week in Casablanca!! Thanks Aziz for all your help!

Feb. 15: Thanks to all who attended the first U.S. - Brazil Women in Science Workshop in Boston this week. Special thanks to NSF and CAPES (Brazil) for their support.

Jan. 27: Bonjour à nos amis merveilleuses de Algeria! Wishing you great success with what you learned from all the COACh workshops last week with Nora. Keep in touch!!

Jan. 15-18: Thanks to all the wonderful Kenyans we met at JKUAT, Kenyatta Univ. and the Univ. of Nairobi! We look forward to future COACh events and collaborations with you.

Nov. 15: What a BLAST!! we had at the US Embassy in Santiago with 50 delightful middle school girls. Video

Nov. 12-15: Thanks to the women geoscientists from the U.S. and Latin America who participated in our first Natural Hazards Network Workshop in Santiago.

Oct. 25: Shout out to the ~200 graduate students that attended the COACh Negotiation 101 Workshop at the Annual Biomolecular Engineering Society Meeting in Atlanta! Join COACh (its free!) and follow us on facebook.

Oct. 12: Bonjour à toutes les merveilleuses femmes scientifiques que l'entraîneur a rencontré la semaine dernière au Cameroun et au Gabon. Rejoindre entraîneur et rester en contact.

Sept. 20: COACh is launching a new POWWER project for women scientists in the US and Africa on water training and research. Watch COACh International for emerging details.

Sept 10: Good news! New COACh project with women scientists in Algeria, Tunisia and Morocco just funded by U.S. Dept. of State. Details to follow soon.

Aug. 19: Great COACh workshops for faculty and postdocs at ACS in Philly! Thanks everyone including NSF, NIH and DOE for your support.

July 27: Please help with the Childcare-Familycare Survey below. Your voice is needed!

July 25: Volunteers needed for ACS Undergrad Speed Networking Event on Aug. 20. Contact Lori (l_betsock@acs.org) for details.

July 11: Saudação às mulheres amigos Universidade Eduardo Mondlane em Maputo. Esperamos que o nosso COACh workshops sobre negociação e liderança foram úteis.

July 8: Shout-out to all the wonderful graduate students and postdocs that attended our COACh workshops on Grantsmanship and Publishing at the recent SEANAC meeting for Analytical Chemists in Mozambique. Keep in touch!

July 1: Analytical Chemists Alert! Join us in developing collaborations with analytical chemists on the African continent. Contact us for more info.

June 6: Please join our chat to remember our friend Sally Chapman.

May 1: Kudos to COACh Cameroon on your meeting today. Glad to hear your network building is growing strong! Les meilleurs voeux jusqu'à ce que nous vous voyions en août.

April 26: Korean Chemical Society Meeting in Seoul: Special session on Women in Nanoscience highlighted the exceptional talents of women in this field in Korea.

April 24,25: COACh in Korea! Special thanks to Ewa University for hosting our visit!

April 18: COACH career development workshops for graduate students conducted at Ohio State University went great! Thanks to all that attended. It was fun!

April 7: COACh is looking forward to meeting with women chemists at the upcoming Korean Chemical Society meeting in Seoul. If you have friends going, please let them know.

April 3: Do you want to get involved in COACh international activities? Application forms are on the COACh International page.

April 1: Great turnout at the COACh workshops at the American Physical Society in Boston and Atlanta Meetings. Put those skills to good use!

March 29: Looking for any COACh members that speak Portuguese. Please email us as we can use your help!

Mar 26: COACh had two successful and fun workshops at the Spring ACS meeting in San Diego! Thanks to all the fantastic attendees. Keep in touch.

Mar 24: COACh Nora Berrah is working with the directeur General for Research in Algeria to bring COACh activities to their women physicists and materials scientists. Watch for updates!

Mar 19: Skyping with our friends in Cameroon: Great to hear you all! And how wonderful to hear your stories about how you have used the training from the COACh workshop last fall in Yaounde to accomplish great things! Looking forward to our visits in May and August! Thanks Barbara and Edith for organizing the call.

Mar 14: COACh in Brazil: Wonderful visit with women scientists in Brasilia where we discussed bringing COACh leadership workshops to Brazil and our upcoming research workshops with women geoscientists in Latin America on natural environmental hazards.

Mar 1: Interested in being a Cyber-COACh and helping other women with their careers? Applications on the Cyber-COACh page. Its an easy way to connect to and help others.

Feb 24: COACh Advisory Board hosted Dr. Harriet Okatch (Botswana) and Dr. Simiso Dube (S. Africa). Looking forward to partnering with you and other SEANAC members on advancing Analytical Chemistry on the African continent. Sign up on iCOACh if you want to get involved.

Feb 21: COACh met with Chancellor Salih Al Najim, Vice Chancellor Ali Al Attar of Basrah University and Hassan Al Mudhaffer of BP (Iraq) and discussed future plans for COACh programs to assist women scientists in Iraq.

Feb 1: Welcome to the new COACh website! Become a member. There's lots of opportunities to get involved in our mentoring, networking and international activities. Check out all the new programs and join in the discussions.

And to the National Science Foundation, the National Institutes of Health and Basic Energy Sciences of the Department of Energy - A huge 'thank you' from the over 6000 women scientists and engineers who have benefitted directly from your support of COACh activities over the past 15 years.

Upcoming Events

35th International Symposium on Combustion
Women in Combustion

August 2, 2014
Hyatt Regency Embarcadero, San Francisco, CA


" COAChing Strong Women in the Art of Strategic Persuasion"
Open to Women Faculty



" COAChing Strong Graduate Students and Postdocs: Communication & Negotiation"
Open to Women Graduate Students and Postdocs



American Chemical Society (ACS) Fall Meeting
August 9, 2014
San Francisco, CA
Hotel to be determined


" COAChing Powerful Postdocs: Landing that First Academic Job"


" COACh the COAChes"


NOBCChE- National Organization for the Professional Advancement of Black Chemists and Chemical Engineers
September 23-24, 2014
Marriott, New Orleans, LA


" COAChing Strong Women in the Art of Strategic Persuasion"



" COACh: Professional Skills Training for Minority Graduate Students and Postdoctoral Associates"
Open to Graduate Students and Postdocs



Society for the Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science (SACNAS) National Meeting
October 19, 2014
Los Angeles, CA
Los Angeles Convention Center


" COAChing Effective Negotiation Techniques"
Open to current faculty, administrators, and industry

"Negotiation 101 for Graduate Students and Postdoctoral Associates"
Open to current graduate students and postdoctorals


National Science Foundation Research Coordination Networks (RCN) Workshop
October 20-24, 2014
Montego Bay, Jamaica

Workshop for Geoscientists,
By Invitation Only

Past Events

Spring 2014 American Chemical Society (ACS) Meeting
March 15, 2014
Hyatt Regency Hotel, Dallas, TX


" COAChing Strong Women in the Art of Strategic Persuasion" 2 sessions available


Open to Women Junior and Senior Faculty, Industry, Administration



"Quilting Together the Lives of Women Scientists Around the Globe"


Special Event Presented by Geraldine Richmond
, University of Oregon
Founder and Chair of COACh (http://coach.uoregon.edu)
February 20, 2014 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Washington, D.C.

AAAS Science and Technology Policy Fellows/USAID



Career Building Workshops for Women in Thailand
National Science And Technology Development Agency
January 6-8, 2014
Pathum Thani, Thailand
Sirindhorn Science Home


Africa Materials Research Society (MRS)
Monday, December 9, 2013
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
United Nations Conference Facility

COACh Career Launch Workshop


RACI PhysChem 2013
Monday, December 4-6, 2013
Hobart, Tasmania, Australia

COACh Workshop


Argentina Meeting on Geoscience and Hydrology
November 3-7, 2013
By Invitation Only


11th International Conference on Environmental Mutagens
COACh Workshop: The Art of Persuasive Communication and Negotiation
November 8, 2013
Foz Do Iguacu, Brazil

Open to ICEM 2013 Participants Only


2013 SACNAS National Conference
Sunday, October 6, 2013
San Antonio, Texas


COAChing Effective Negotiation Techniques
Open to current faculty and professionals.

COACh: Negotiation 101 for Graduate Students and Post-docs
Open to current graduate students and postdocs.



Fall 2013 National American Chemical Society (ACS) Meeting
Saturday, September 7, 2013
Indianapolis, IN


COAChing Powerful Post-Docs: Landing that First Academic Job
Open to current women post-docs.



The Third Indonesian-American Kavli Frontiers of Science
June 24-27, 2013
By Invitation Only


Duke Graduate School and Graduate Women in Science
COAChing Strong Women in the Art of Strategic Negotiation
May 30, 2013
By Invitation Only


University of Central Florida
May 7, 2013
Workshops for Female Faculty and Graduate Students
By Invitation Only


Puget Sound Women Chemists Retreat
May 3, 2013
By Invitation Only


Spring 2013 National American Chemical Society (ACS) Meeting
Saturday, April 6, 2013
New Orleans, LA

Chemistry of Leadership
Open to current women faculty/industry.

COAChing Strong Women in the Art of Strategic Persuasion and Negotiation
Open to current women faculty/industry.

 

NOBCChE West Regional Meeting
March 22-24, 2013
Ford Alumni Center
Eugene, OR


COAChing Strong Women in the Art of Strategic Negotiation


Building Partnerships Workshop on Water Energy and the Environment for Women Scientists from Morocco, Algeria and Tunisia
Tuesday, March 5th-Friday, March 8th, 2013
Casablanca, Morocco

By Invitation Only

Celebrating International Women's Day: Career Building Activities
Iduo Anfa Hotel
Casablanca, Morocco
March 8, 2013


Building Research Partnerships Between Women Scientists and Engineers in the U.S. and Brazil
Tuesday, February 12th- Thursday, February 14, 2013
Boston, MA

Workshop By Invitation Only

US-Brazil Graduate Student & Postdoc Poster Session February 14, 12:00pm – 1:30pm, Hilton Back Bay Hotel


COACh Workshops in Nairobi, Kenya and Algiers, Algeria
January, 2013
By Invitation Only

Developing Sustainable Networks of Women Scientists for Addressing Issues of Tectonic Hazards
November 12-15, 2012 Plaza San Francisco Hotel, Santiago, Chile
By Invitation Only

Biomedical Engineering Society Annual Meeting
October 25, 2012 Atlanta, GA

Negotiation 101

Society for the Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science
October 14, 2012 Seattle, WA
Professional Skills Training for Minority Graduate Students and Postdocs

COAChing Strong Women in the Art of Strategic Persuasion

National Organization for the Professional Advancement of Black Chemists and Chemical Engineers

September 27, 2012 Washington, DC
Professional Skills Training for Minority Graduate Students and Postdocs

COAChing Strong Women in the Art of Strategic Persuasion

Fall 2012 National American Chemical Society Meeting
August 18, 2012 Philadelphia, PA
COAChing Strong Women in the Art of Strategic Persuasion

Powerful Postdocs: Maximizing Your Opportunities in that First Academic Job

African Network of Analytical Chemists (SEANAC) Conference
July 8, 2012, Maputo, Mozambique, Jacquim Chissano International Conference Center
Workshop on Publishing and Grantsmanship

American Physical Society April Meeting
March 30, 2012 Atlanta, GA

Materials Research Society Annual Meeting
November 28, 2011 Boston, MA

American Chemical Society Fall Meeting
August 27, 2011 Denver, CO

"Powerful Postdocs: Maximizing your Opportunities in that First Academic Job"

Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics Annual Meeting
July 11, 2011 Pittsburgh, PA

National Organization for the Professional Advancement of Black Chemists and Chemical Engineers
April 19-22, 2011 Houston, TX

"Professional Skills Training for Minority Graduate Students"
"COAChing Strong Women in the Art of Strategic Persuasion"

American Chemical Society Spring Meeting
March 26, 2011 Anaheim, CA

"COAChing Strong Women in the Art of Strategic Persuasion"
"The Chemistry of Leadership"
"Making the Most of the Moment: The Art of Getting your Message Across"

American Institute for Chemical Engineers Conference
November 10, 2010 Salt Lake City, UT

"COAChing Strong Women in the Art of Strategic Persuasion"

Society for the Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science National Conference
October 3, 2010 Anaheim, CA

"COAChing Strong Women in the Art of Strategic Persuasion"
"Professional Skills Training for Minority Graduate Students"

American Chemical Society Fall Meeting
August 21, 2010 Boston, MA

"Powerful Postdocs: Maximizing your Opportunities in that First Academic Job"
"COAChing Strong Women in the Art of Strategic Performance"

COACh Workshops at the Women in Combustion International Conference
July 31, 2010 Beijing, China

"COAChing Strong Women in the Art of Strategic Persuasion"

To Do List:

  • 1. Work on CV
    • From the COACh's Corner

      - Update and polish your CV on a regular basis

      - Having several versions tailored for different purposes is wise - especially when job seeking

      From COACh's Career Building Workshop

      From the COACh's Corner
      Common format:

      • Name and contact info
      • Education
      • Professional Appointments
      • Awards and Honors
      • Publications and Patents
      • Other Accomplishments

      (use reverse chronological order)

  • 2. Clean office
    • From the COACh's Corner

      File as you go.

    • De-clutter and toss out
    • Is it a fire hazard yet?

  • 3. Answer email
    • From the COACh's Corner

      Time saver tip:

      Schedule your email time. Set aside time each day to deal with your inbox and ignore it for the rest of the day.

  • 4. Prepare for my Skype interview
    • From the COACh's Corner

      • Hard-wired connection?
      • Camera set at eye level?
      • Professional dress and setting?
      • IT trouble shoot and practice?
      • Sign-on early?
      • Calm and collected? Right...

      COACh Communication Workshop for Career Building

  • 5. Get agreement on $$
    • From the COACh's Corner

      Remember that a negotiation is not a one shot deal.

      It's a 10 act play.

      From COACh Negotiation Workshop

      From the COACh's Corner

      Have your figured out your BATNA and ZOPA?

      Do you know theirs?

      From COACh Negotiation Workshop

      From the COACh's Corner

      Got all necessary Data?

      From COACh Negotiation Workshop

      From the COACh's Corner

      Ready to be relentlessly pleasant.

      It's good for everybody!

      From COACh Negotiation Workshop

  • 6. Buy shoes for dinner party
    • From the COACh's Corner

      "Give a girl the right shoes, and she can conquer the world." -Marilyn Monroe

      "You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself in any direction you choose. You're on your own, and you know what you know. And you are the guy who'll decide where to go."- Dr. Seuss

      "I like Cinderella, I really do. She has a good work ethic. I appreciate a good, hard-working gal. And she likes shoes. The fairy tale is all about the shoe at the end, and I'm a big shoe girl." - Amy Adams

  • 7. Finish research paper
    • From the COACh's Corner

      Never seem to have time for this?

      Discipline yourself to set aside 15-30 minutes of "writing time" each day - or a full day/week.

  • 8. Talk to chair about needed release time - stay calm!
    • From the COACh's Corner

      Remember your tactics for high drama conversations

      "Silence is golden"

      From COACh Negotiation Workshop

      From the COACh's Corner

      If the drama gets high, remember that you can always say-

      "I'll think about it and get back to you."

      From COACh Negotiation Workshop

      From the COACh's Corner

      Put the agreement in writing.

      From COACh Negotiation Workshop

      From the COACh's Corner

      Be relentlessly pleasant,
      It's good for everybody!

      From COACh Negotiation Workshop

  • 9. Get quotes
    • From the COACh's Corner

      "There is nothing more miserable in the world than to arrive in paradise and look like your passport photo."

      - Erma Bombeck

      From the COACh's Corner

      "I base most of my fashion sense on what doesn't itch."

      - Gilda Radner

      From the COACh's Corner

      "Adults are always asking kids what they want to be when they grow up because they are looking for ideas."

      - Paula Poundstone

      From the COACh's Corner

      "Thanks giving dinners take eighteen hours to prepare. They are consumed in twelve minutes. Half-times take twelve minutes. This is not coincidence."

      - Erma Bombeck

      From the COACh's Corner

      "Women have to be active listeners and interrupters-but when you interrupt, you have to know what you are talking about."

      - Madeleine Albright

      From the COACh's Corner

      "Women who seek to be equal with men lack ambition."

      - Marilyn Monroe

      From the COACh's Corner

      "Don't worry about the world coming to an end today. It is already tomorrow in Australia."

      - Charles Schulz

      From the COACh's Corner

      "Only one man in a thousand is a leader of men, the other 999 follow women."

      - Groucho Marx

      From the COACh's Corner

      "I also think it is important for women to help one another. I have a saying: There is a special place in hell for women who don't."

      - Madeleine Albright

      From the COACh's Corner

      "You make the beds, you wash the dishes, and six months later you have to start all over again"

      - Joan Rivers

      From the COACh's Corner

      "Life is like a ten-speed bicycle. Most of us have gears we never use."

      - Charles Schulz

  • 10. Prepare talk for meeting
    • From the COACh's Corner

      Talk Tips:
      SIMPLIFY YOUR SLIDES:
      The audience must be able to grasp content quickly.
      Don't force them to decide between listening to you or reading busy slides

      From COACh Communication Workshop

      From the COACh's Corner

      Make the slides quickly comprehensible

      • Use simple fonts (Arial, Gill Sans)
      • No more than 4 bullet points/page
      • No more than 1 graph per page
      • No more than 1 slide per minute

      From COACh Communication Workshop

      From the COACh's Corner

      Use images and pictures as much as possible:

      - as a roadmap for topics to be covered
      - to emphasize points addressed
      - to provide a visual summary of the main conclusions of your presentation

      From the COACh's Corner

      Fancy colors and fancy fonts are fine for carnivals

      But not for scientific talks.

      From COACh Communication Workshop

      From the COACh's Corner

      Remember:

      - Up to 93% of communication is nonverbal.
      - Use a strong and open posture,
      - Make good eye contact with audience
      - Use strong voice projection

      COACh Communication Workshop

      From the COACh's Corner

      Keep your audience engaged

      - Don't read your slides.
      - Don't talk to your slides
      - Don't apologize for your slides

      COACh Communication Workshop

      From the COACh's Corner

      If you feel you have to apologize to the audience because a slide is too full of stuff-

      Then it is.
      REDO and REDUCE

      COACh Communication Workshop

  • 11. Chair departmental review
    • From the COACh's Corner

      Remember leadership tips for women from the COACh workshop.

      - Minimize heirarchy
      - Maximize output
      - Be inclusive
      - Build a strong supportive team

      From COACh Leadership Workshop

  • 12. Get some exercise!!
    • From the COACh's Corner

      "The only reason I would take up jogging is so that I could hear heavy breathing again." - Erma Brombeck

      "Anyone's life truly lived consists of work, sunshine, exercise, soap, plenty of fresh air, and a happy contented spirit." -Lillie Langtry

  • 13. Check the Chat Room

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