2023 Women in STEM Careers Panel
7 p.m., March 1
Everyone is welcome to join and engage with professionals early in their careers as they describe their transition from student to professional life. The panelists' college majors cover chemistry, computer science, cybersecurity, math and physics and they now work for organizations such as the EPA, Paramount, and Equitable. We are particularly excited to welcome back two Le Moyne graduates: Alexis Ess and Emma D'Ambro, Ph.D.
Women's International Day Panel
4 p.m., March 8
Featuring Dr. Tabor Fisher, Leigh Fought, Delia Popescu, Godriver Odhiambo and Alison Marganski
The panelist will discuss the feminist approach to the post-pandemic world. They are all professors from different fields who will shed light from their different backgrounds and fields of expertise on this topic. The first 50 people who come will receive an International Women's Day giveaway item.
How to Be a Reproductive Justice Broker: Lessons in Solidarity from a Texas Filibuster
4 p.m., March 9
Jill Swiencicki, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, English, St. John Fisher University
Women Courageous: Lessons from Leading through the Labyrinth
Noon, March 21
In honor of Women’s History Month, Le Moyne College will host an engaging and insightful conversation among female leaders and authors across three Jesuit colleges and universities. Their work was recently featured in the publication, Women Courageous: Leading through the Labyrinth, a collection of true experiences by women from around the globe, leading in the political, academic, non-profit public and private sectors.
An Afternoon with Ann Enright
4 p.m., March 27
Join for an afternoon featuring award-winning writer Anne Enright, the first fiction laureate of Ireland. The author of numerous works, including The Gathering, The Green Road and The Forgotten Waltz: A Novel, Enright has received numerous accolades for her writing, including the Booker Prize and Encore Award. During this event, she will read from her recent work
Girlhood and the Making of American Catholicism
4 p.m., March 29
Monica Mercado, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, History, Colgate University
Methods and Insights Into How Adolescent Girls in Trinidad and Tobago Claim Agency of Their Intimate Selves
4 p.m., April 25
Leslie-Ann Foncette, Ph.D.
SUNY PRODiG Fellow, Department of Social Science and Public Affairs