Sigma Xi cites Oswego for advancing ‘informed science leadership’

LAST YEAR’S SCIENCE TODAY LECTURE series on women in the science, technology, engineering and math professions, organized by Webe Kadima of Oswego’s chemistry faculty, has won recognition from Sigma Xi, the scientific research society.

Kadima was vice president of the college’s Sigma Xi chapter last year. She was also principal investigator for a recent study, funded by the National Science Foundation, of the status of women faculty in the STEM disciplines at Oswego.

The spring 2012 lecture series earned a Sigma Xi Chapter Program Award for distinguished performance. Oswego’s chapter was one of seven chapters receiving the award nationally.

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