Childhood and Early Childhood Education
SUNY Cortland began its celebration of Women’s History Month on International Women’s Day, Wednesday, March 8, and continues its recognition of the achievements of women while calling for further action on issues of gender inequity.
Women’s History Month events through the end of March include:
- Women's History Month Lecture: “Putting the Story back into History: A look at Title IX and the ERA in a Personal Family “Herstory,” Thursday, March 23, Old Main Colloquium, noon. Presented by Joy Mosher, associate professor of childhood/early childhood education emerita.
- “Interactive Workshop: Building an Inclusive Foreign Affairs Community,” Friday, March 24, noon. Alexandria J. Maloney, president of Black Professionals in International Affairs, will present virtually. It can be accessed here.
- Women's History Month Lecture: “Throwing Like a Girl: Culture, Language, and Post-Feminism,” Wednesday, March 29, Old Main Colloquium, noon. Presented by Karla Alwes, Distinguished Teaching Professor of English Emeritus.
- “Women in The Sport Industry: Alumni Panel,” Thursday, March 30, 6:30 p.m. Erin Morris, associate professor in SUNY Cortland’s Sport Management Department, will moderate at a location to be determined.
Updated information on these events will also be posted to the university calendar.