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LIST OF EXHIBITS FOR STANDARD 4

EXHIBIT 4c.1

Practices, and Procedures that Facilitate Experiences with Candidates from Diverse Groups

Unit Policies, Practices, and Procedures that

Facilitate Experiences with Candidates from Diverse Groups

1.  Charts of lecture topics that draw those interested in diverse issues include the following chart plus the charts for speakers and “Conversations on Diversity” found in Exhibit 4b.2.  p. 1

2.  Links to student organizations and sites that offer assistance. p. 3.

Speakers for Women’s History Lecture Series

Semester

Speaker/Affiliation

Topic

2006

*Dr. Barbara Forrest/Department of History and Political Science,SLU

“'Evil, Evil Woman': What It Was Like to be the Only Female Witness in the Dover Intelligent Design Trial,”

2006

*Patricia Brady

Bev Marshall, Department of English, SLU

Louisiana Women Authors in Fact and Fiction (Panel)

2006

*Nicole McPherson/Department of Music and Dramatic Arts, SLU

Feminine Aesthetics in Music: Life Experiences and Musical Ideas of Female Composers (Lecture on and Performance of Flute Works by Joan Tower, Shulamit Ran, and Libby Larsen)

2006

*Barbara Allen, Dean of General Studies; *Diane Allen, Dean of Education and Human Development; *Beatrice Baldwin, Asst Vice-President for Academic Affairs;.* Donnie Booth, Dean of Nursing and Health Sciences; *Tammy Bourg, Dean of Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences; SLU

Women in Higher Education Administration (Panel)

2006

*Kellen Gilbert/Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice, SLU

Women and Science (Panel) Women Who Eat Dirt: Cultural and Scientific Reasons for Geophagy

2006

*Mary White/Department of Biological Science, SLU

Women and Science (Panel) Women: Mad Scientists, or Just a Little Annoyed

2006

Robin Norris/ Department of English, SLU

Women and Literature Through the Ages (Panel) Weeping Women in a Warrior’s World

2006

*Sarah Spence/Department of English, SLU

Women and Literature Through the Ages (Panel) Frances Burney and Mary Wollstonecraft: Female Difficulties and Feminism

2006

*Ruth Caillouet/Department of English, SLU

Women and Literature Through the Ages (Panel)Re-remembering: Toni Morrison's Return to Adolescence

2006

*Katherine Kolb, Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures, SLU

Women and Literature Through the Ages (Panel) Feisty French Women in the Four Corners of the World

2006

*Lucia Harrison/ Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures, SLU

Keeping Up With Tradition: Louisiana Women and the St. Joseph’s Altar

2006

*Betty Attaway-Fink/ Department of Communication, SLU

Women and the Media (Panel)

2006

*Carol Madere—Women in the Public Relations Industry/ Department of Communication, SLU

Women and the Media (Panel)

2006

*Cheryl Settoon—The TV Producer Road Trip/ Department of Communication, SLU

Women and the Media (Panel)

2006

*Ann Carruth/School of Nursing, SLU, *Claudia McCalman/ Department of Communication,SLU and Stuart Stewart/President’s Office,SLU

Transcending Hegemony: Migrant Women Becoming Visible in U.S. Society

2006

 *Barbara Moffett/ School of Nursing,SLU

Hearing the Feminine Voice in Health Policy Decisions

2006

*Judith Fai-Podlipnik (“Women in the French Resistance”) and *Margaret Gonzalez-Perez (“Female Suicide Bombers”),/ Department of History and Political Science, SLU

Women and War

2007

*Katherine Kolb/Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures,SLU

The French Revolution’s Greatest Heroine

2007

*Judith Fai-Podlipnik/ Department of History and Political Science, SLU

To Be a Woman in Auschwitz: Voices from a Tragic Past

2006

*Judith Fai-Podlipnik (“Women in the French Resistance”) and *Margaret Gonzalez-Perez (“Female Suicide Bombers”),/ Department of History and Political Science, SLU

Women and War

2007

*Katherine Kolb/Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures,SLU

The French Revolution’s Greatest Heroine

2007

*Judith Fai-Podlipnik/ Department of History and Political Science, SLU

To Be a Woman in Auschwitz: Voices from a Tragic Past

2007

*Annabel Servat/ Department of English, SLU

A Brief History of Underpinnings

2007

*Margaret Gonzalez-Perez/ Department of History and Political Science,SLU

Reproduction and the State: Eugenics, Birth Control, and Policy

2007

William B. Robison/ Department of History and Political Science,SLU

Bashing Maggie: The British Pop Music War Against Margaret Thatcher

2007

*Rachel Devlin/Department of History,Tulane University

Teenage Girls and School Desegregation in the 1940s

2007

*Leah Chase, co-owner of New Orleans’ Dooky Chase restaurant

Food and Community

COEHD:

Student Organizations

Professional Development Center Website

University-wide:

Multicultural and International Student Affairs

Programs Offered by MISA

Pan-Hellenic Council

Black Student Union

Student Government Association

Center for Student Excellence

 

  

 


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