Educated=Empowered: 100 Years of Emory Women as Change-Makers
Department/Organization: Library Information & Technology Services
Location: Jones Room, Level 3, Woodruff Library
Time: 6:30 PM
Date: Apr 5, 2017
As we recognize 100 years of women at Emory, and 25 years since the launch of the Center for Women, Emory Libraries will showcase these milestones through an exhibition in the Stuart A. Rose Library, curated by Emory archivist John Bence.
A panel discussion with a notable group of Emory leaders will focus on the many ways access to higher education has empowered women, why women’s history and voices matter, and what the future of Emory holds with the first female president at the helm.
President Claire Sterk; Martha Fineman, Robert W. Woodruff Professor of Law; Chandra Stephens-Albright 85C, Executive Director, C5 Georgia Youth Foundation; Jalyn Radziminski 18C. Jalyn is a first generation student leader at Emory (1915 Scholar). Moderator: Crystal Edmonson 95C, Emory Trustee and Broadcast Editor of the Atlanta Business Chronicle