Picture a Scientist Screening sign-up
The Oregon Coast STEM Hub is excited to be able to provide this free week-long screening opportunity to watch the documentary PICTURE A SCIENTIST. Our screening period takes place during Oregon STEM Week.

DROP-IN VIRTUAL SCREENING: Our screening window for the film is May 9-15, 2021, and there are no limits to the number of individuals that can view the film/access the screening room at the same time. Sign up below, and you will receive a link and password to the screening room 48 hours before the beginning of the screening window. Watch the film as many times as you like between noon on May 9 and noon on May 15.

Join us for a candid discussion with women in STEM, as they share their own experiences, insights, and ideas for the steps Oregon STEM partners can take to create a more inclusive environment. We'll send you a reminder and a Zoom link for this event when you sign up below. We encourage you to watch the film prior to the panel discussion.


Dr. Selina Heppell
Professor of Fisheries Science, Oregon State University (OSU)
Head of OSU’s Department of Fisheries, Wildlife, and Conservation Sciences

Dr. Jessica Miller
Professor, OSU- College of Agricultural Sciences
Coastal Oregon Marine Experimental Station

Dr. Leigh Torres
Associate Professor, OSU- Department of Fisheries, Wildlife and Conservation Sciences
Oregon Sea Grant, Marine Mammal Institute

Lisa Phipps, Oregon Department of Land Conservation & Development

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Please indicate where in the Oregon Coast STEM Hub you are from:
How many people do you anticipate will watch this documentary with you? *
If you plan to watch it alone, write the number 1 below
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Thank you for signing up!
Look for an email from the Oregon Coast STEM Hub on May 7 with the screening link and password.

Also, please mark your calendar now and plan to attend the Panel and Q&A Discussion on May 14 at 4PM. Hear from local scientists about their reaction to the film, and discuss ideas for making science more diverse, equitable, and open to all.

Questions? Contact OregonCoastSTEM@oregonstate.edu
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