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Virtual Open House for Faculty

IWS office/library by J. Tyberg
via Zoom, Registration required

The Institute for Women's Studies at the University of Georgia would like to invite you to a Virtual Open House for Faculty. At this event you can learn more about our program and how you can get involved.

Wednesday, October 20, 2021 at 11:30 AM

Via Zoom

Click HERE to Register for Zoom Link.

Join us for a conversation with IWS Director and Professor, Dr. Juanita Johnson-Bailey; Dr. Patricia Richards, Professor of Sociology and Women's Studies and graduate coordinator for Women's Studies; Dr. Cecilia Herles, Assistant Director and undergraduate advisor for Women's Studies; and Terri Hatfield, Program and Public Relations Coordinator for Women's Studies.

During this open house, we'll discuss our fabulous program: our history and our mission; what it means to be an affiliate faculty member for IWS; what courses we offer students and how classes you teach can be approved for the Women's Studies major and minor; our graduate certificate for Master's and PhD students across campus; and what opportunities are available through IWS to present your feminist research or get involved on IWS committees and other events.

This event will be hosted on Zoom and is free to attend.

You must register for the event ahead of time in order to receive the Zoom link.

Register in advance for this meeting:
https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJ0ucu2vrDotEt1p6hFXP3X211ZYVQC_ccfr 

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

Contact Terri Hatfield at TLHAT@uga.edu for more info.

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