February Webinar: Transitioning from Academia to Industry

Speaker: Candice F. Landry, PhD, MBACandice Landry

Candice has over a decade of experience as a technical contributor on multi-national projects, including R&D for academia, government, and industry; offshore rig construction; and investor relations.  She is a champion for multi-discipline STEM programs.

She graduated from Louisiana State University with a B.S. in Microbiology, and pursued her interests in experimental science to earn a Ph.D. in Cellular and Molecular Biology from the University of Houston. Candice earned an MBA with a Finance specialization from Tulane University thereafter, and now works to integrate technology and business as an Intellectual Asset Manager for Halliburton.

Candice serves as the Director of Technology for the Women’s Energy Network, and as a lead on outreach programs aiming to transition STEM graduates into a career in industry. Through Halliburton’s Diversity and Inclusion Program, she travels to speak with SWE members about professional development and emerging technologies in oil and gas.

Title: Transitioning from Academia to Industry

Preparing to launch your career in industry can be daunting. Join the discussion on how to make the move from academia to a professional venture smoothly. We will discuss key elements that will prepare you to successfully launch into the process of building a professional network and crafting a resume that works for you!

Join us on Thursday, February 26th at 10:00 AM CST! 

Registration Link: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/3825966577167265025

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