2015 Women’s Research on Women Symposium


Written by: CEHD Communications Staff
Post date: February 23, 2015

Join us for the Women's Research on Women Symposium sponsored by the Department of Educational Administration and Human Resource Development Climate and Diversity Committee, the College of Education and Human Development Office of Organization Development and Diversity Initiatives, and the Education Leadership Research Center.

The symposium, scheduled for March 30, 2015 from 3:00 - 5:00 p.m. in Rudder 401 and 404, features Texas A&M faculty who are conducting research on women, girls and gender issues. The event is sponsored by The College of Education and Human Development Office of Organization Development and Diversity Initiatives, the Department of Educational Administration and Human Resource Development’s Educational Leadership Research Center, and TAMU Women’s and Gender Studies.

Please indicate your attendance by registering at bit.ly/1Ji8o3t. For more information, contact Meghan Hokom at mhokom@tamu.edu.

Symposium Keynotes

Introduction

           Dr. Beverly J. Irby, Professor, Chair of P-12 Educational Administration, Associate Department Head, Educational Administration and Human Resource Development, and Director of Educational Leadership Resource Center, College of Education and Human Development

Opening Remarks: Women’s Research on Women at TAMU

           Dr. Karan Watson, Provost and Executive Vice President, Texas A&M University

The Spiritual Strivings of Black Women in the Academy: Unpacking our Collective Realities

           Dr. Chanda Elbert, Associate Professor, Department of Ag Leadership, Education, and Communication, College of Agriculture

Giving Voice to the Female Hero

           Professor Felice House, Assistant Professor, Department of Visualization, College of Architecture

A Worldwide Database: The Woman Stats Project

           Dr. Valerie Hudson, Professor and George H.W. Bush Chair, The Bush School of Government & Public Service

Tokens No More

           Dr. Maria Escobar-Lemmon, Associate Professor and Associate Department Head, Department of Political Science, College of Liberal Arts