Fireside Chats promotes the oneness of women from all cultures and provides a safe environment for diverse women from across campus to better understand each other in an attempt to foster new meaningful relationships.
The ultimate goal of the Fireside Chats is to provide a safe environment for diverse women from across campus to better understand each other in an attempt to foster new and meaningful relationships.
All meetings are: Wednesdays at 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. at the Women's Center in 1201 Kirkhof Center on the Allendale campus.
- (October 30, 2013): Irreconcilable Differences: Disability, Motherhood, and my Near Divorce with Feminism with Jessica Jennrich, Ph.D., Director of the Women’s Center.
- (November 20, 2013): Migration and Social Justice Movements in Western Michigan with Melanie Shell-Weiss Assistant Professor, Liberal Studies Department.
- (February 26, 2014): Intercultural Competence and Synergies between Professionalism and the Classroom with Regina McClinton, Ph.D, Liberal Studies.
- (March 26, 2014): Social Inequalities in Civil Society, Globalization, and Future Studies with Michael Ott, Associate Professor of History.
*This series is co-sponsored by the GVSU Women's Center and Positive Black Women. Please e-mail the Women's Center at firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know if you are interested. Simply include FIRESIDE CHATS in the subject line.
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