UHP is proud to present "Six Women for '16–'17" in a lecture series comprising a diverse blend of topics, values, experiences, and perspectives. We're proud to welcome the following speakers to campus (all lectures held in Ted Mann Concert Hall unless otherwise noted):
September 26: Karin Vélez, Macalester College — "'Well-Behaved Women (and Animals) Seldom Make History': Questioning Behavior Standards in the History of Religion." Co-sponsored by the Religious Studies Program
October 25: Mary Cleave, NASA — "Being a woman at NASA in 1980s and 90s." Co-sponsored by the Astronaut Scholarship Foundation.
January 24: Rachel Campos-Duffy, Political / cultural pundit — "Feminism: Why Gloria Steinem and Sheryl Sandberg Prove Conservatives are the Real Feminists."
February 21: Linda Holmes, National Public Radio — "And Me Without My Pink Cocktail: Images Of Women In Television."
March 21: Marjorieth Sanmartin, Grey Worldwide — "From Strife to Strength: Seven Laws for Women Surviving in a Male-Dominated Business World of Rapid Global Change".
April 13: Elizabeth Kolbert, The New Yorker — "The Sixth Extinction." Co-sponsored by Friends of the Libraries and presented on the Carlson Family Stage in Northrop.