Title IX: License to Thrive LIB 100 & 201 APPROVED
Date: October 24, 2012
Time: 12:00 p.m. - 1:30 p.m.
Location: Kirkhof Center Room 2250
To register for this program contact the Fitness & Wellness Center at
(616) 331-3659 or firstname.lastname@example.org or stop by on the lower level of the Recreation Center.
This LIB 100 & 201 approved program will feature the film "License to Thrive: Title IX", which explores the unique history of of the Title IX of the Education Amendments legislation. It explains the history of the Title IX and it’s role in providing educational access and opportunity for women and young girls throughout the United States. It also examines the critical role Title IX has played over the past few decades in creating female leaders.
Following the film, panel members will discuss issues related to Title IX as well as be available for Q & A and discussion. Panel members include:
- Dr. Patricia Rowe, Movement Science Department
- Dwight Hamilton, Assistant Vice President for Affirmative Action
- Keri Becker, Associate Director of Athletics/Senior Woman Administrator
- Dr. Dana Munk, Movement Science Department
- Upon completion of this program, students will understand Title IX of the Education Amendments.
- Upon completion of this program participants will understand the role Title IX has played in providing educational access to females.
- Upon completion of this program participants will gain an appreciation for the expanding leadership opportunities for females in our society as a result of Title IX of the Education Amendments
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