Mar 5 @ 7 PM – Women in STEM: Dr. Uma Ramakrishnan BAC C116
(sponsored by Juniata Environmental Coalition, contact: Elisha Serotta)
Juniata Environmental Coalition will be hosting a talk by Dr. Ramakrishnan about being a woman in Environmental Science
Mar 7 @ 3 PM & 7 PM – Ysaye Barnwell on Building a Vocal Community®: Singing in The African American Tradition, BAC Alumni Hall
(sponsored by Beyond Tolerance/ODI; contact: Caroline Gillich)
Mar 8 @ 7 PM – Gender Roles from Four Continents BAC C116
(contact: Deb Roney, Meg Neville)
Join AAUW for a panel discussion of gender roles and issues through the perspectives of women representing Colombia, Ethiopia, France, Ireland, and Pakistan. Do you wonder about marriage practices, the roles of women in families and work, the treatment of women, and the challenges and opportunities for women around the world? Come learn about our fascinating panelists and their views on these topics and more. Hope to see you there. Panel members: Professors Jimena Alviar Rueda and Aurore Bissieres and students Nazia Jahngir and Ruhama Gari
Mar 9 @ 9 PM – Boobie Bingo: Exploring Women’s History Through a Campus Favorite! Baker
(sponsored by JAB, contact: Erin Paschal)
Mar 14 @ 7 PM – Java, Readings and Monologues Eagles Landing/Muddy Run
(sponsored by Juniata Student Theater Ensemble and Poetry Club; contact Elisha Serotta and Meg Neville)
Mar 26 @ 4-5 PM – 1 Item, 1 Hour: Women of Juniata: Think About Who We Were Beeghly
Library Main Floor
(sponsored by Beeghly Library, contact: Jacob Gordon)
Juniata College Students will lead the talk in a series of mini presentations focused on past Juniata College’s women students. For each past student, the mini presentation will detail their time at Juniata and their post college career based on materials from the College Archives and current student research.
Mar 27 @ 6:30 PM – Deeper in Debt, Stone Church Stone Church Fellowship Hall
(sponsored by AAUW, contact: Deb Roney)
Mar 28 @ 4:30 PM – #MeToo: A Movement or a Moment? Calling Out Sexual Harassment &
Assault, Panel of Juniatians Sill Boardroom
(sponsored by Diversity and Democracy Series contact: Phil Dunwoody)
Come join a panel of Juniatians (Provost Bowen, Dr. Page, Ellen Campbell, Erin Paschal) who will consider whether the #MeToo movement represents a tipping point on sexual harassment and assault. Does the calling out and firing of powerful men for harassing and assaulting women represent a true shift in American social norms?
Mar 29 @ 6:30-8:30 PM – Current Events Dinner, Stone Church
(sponsored by JMG & Pax-O; contact: Perry Willig)
Fearless Women of the Bible @ tbd
(sponsored by Campus Ministries; contact: Dave Witkovsky and Lisa Baer)
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Pax-O (contact: Perry Willig) is coordinating a display in Baker Refectory.
The Dean of Students Office (contact: Matthew Damschroder) is coordinating a display in Founders.
Other related events:
Mar 16-17 – Governing Girls Leadership Conference
(contact: Izzy Bennett)
This event empowers high school girls by sharing and cultivating the potential for transformative change that can be accomplished through democratic citizenship and leadership development.
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April 10 @ Lunch – Equal Pay Day and American Association of University Women Bake
Sale Ellis Entryway tables
(contact: Deb Roney)