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CIC Talks Careers: Asian Heritage Month Edition
Join us on Thursday, May 20, 2021, at noon ET for CIC Talks Careers: Asian Heritage Month Edition to connect with some of Canada’s accomplished chemical sciences and chemical engineering professionals. This free employment workshop allows participants to receive valuable career advice from experienced professionals who are passionate about inspiring the next generation of leaders achieve all their career goals - particularly communities and individuals who may not see themselves adequately represented within the STEM field.

Register now to receive valuable information to get your career started. To view our full list of speakers, please visit: https://www.cheminst.ca/cic_virtual/asian-heritage-month-edition/.

CIC Talks Careers virtual mentorship workshops are sponsored by PromoChrom Technologies.

PromoChrom Technologies
Using innovative technology to deliver efficient, compact and versatile Solid Phase Extraction systems for environmental, food, pharmaceutical, forensic and fuel applications. Fully automated for PFAS, 1,4-Dioxane, PCBs, Pesticides, PAHs, mycotoxins, food additives, drugs, metabolites, antibodies and more

May 20, 2021 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Celia Du
Science Communication Specialist
Celia Du is a science communication specialist with extensive experience engaging various audiences with science. She has worked with the Royal Canadian Institute for Science, Science Rendezvous, the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada, Science Everywhere, and Indus Space Inc. With a background in Chemistry from McGill University and a Master’s in Science Communication and Public Engagement from the University of Edinburgh, she is dedicated to improving science communication practices to better bridge science and the public. She has led workshops and trained budding science communicators through the Royal Canadian Institute for Science, the SciCommTO Conference, Laurentian University’s Science Communication program, the Canadian Science Policy Conference and Lotus STEMM.
Harshan Radhakrishnan
Manager @Climate Change and Sustainability Initiatives
Harshan Radhakrishnan is the Manager at Climate Change and Sustainability Initiatives, where he oversees programs and initiatives that address climate change adaptations and sustainability and plans outreach to government and technical stakeholders in relation to climate change and sustainability strategies. Harshan is a registered Professional Engineer with Engineers and Geoscientists BC and APEGA with over ten years of experience in environmental regulation and oversight of regulatory programs. In addition to his years of experience, he also has an in-depth understanding of the municipal, provincial, and federal regulatory requirements. He is passionate about deepening his understanding of climate science and relating it back to professional practice and sustainable approaches in achieving low-carbon resilience.
Fletcher Han
Recent Chemical Engineering Graduate @University of Toronto
Fletcher Han is a recent chemical engineering graduate from the University of Toronto (UofT). Although originally from New Zealand and currently based in Canada, Fletcher has spent most of his life living in Europe. He has become a prominent leader in UofT’s Chemical Engineering community through his involvement with the Canadian Society for Chemical Engineering (CSChE) student chapter. In his most recent position as Vice Chair, he founded the “CSChE Entrepreneurship Initiative” and the “PEY Mentorship Program”. Through these initiatives, he has motivated students to find solutions for the gaps that exist within our society and helped hundreds of them secure co-op placements. Fletcher is most passionate about global development, having completed a capstone in water insecurity and an undergraduate thesis in malnutrition. This fall, he will head to Beijing as UofT’s first engineering student to be selected as a Schwarzman Scholar.