Educated = Empowered: 100 Years of Emory Women As Change-Makers, April 5, 2017
“Educated=Empowered: 100 Years of Emory Women as Change-Makers” features a panel discussion on the ways higher education has empowered women, why women’s history and voices matter, and what the future holds. Emory President Claire Sterk gives opening remarks, and Rosemary M. Magee, director of the Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives, & Rare Book Library, moderates the program. The panel includes alumna Chandra Stephens-Albright, executive director of C5 Georgia Youth Foundation; Martha Fineman, Robert W. Woodruff Professor of Law at Emory, and junior Jalyn Radziminski, an Emory student leader and 1915 Scholar.
University archivist John Bence concludes the program with a special invitation to the exhibition in Rose Library related to the 100 Years of Emory Women As Change-Makers.
This program is in the Jones Room at the Emory University Woodruff Library on April 5, 2017. The event is part of a University-wide celebration, as Emory marks 100 years of women at the university and the 25th anniversary of its Center for Women.
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