“Poverty and the Consequences of Non-Payment of Monetary Sanctions for Women in Georgia,” Sarah Shannon, sociology.
"Women of the Garden: Cultivating Land and Community Using a Feminist Framework," Christina Hylton, Educational Theory and Practice.
"Writing our Herstories: Using 'the personal' to Teach Women's Studies, Foster Intergenerational Dialogue, and Practice an Inclusive Learning Community," Jamie Palmer, Women's Studies and Sociology. For more information, visit: http://iws.uga.edu/
"Women in Higher Education in Times of Anxiety: Advising Graduate Students, Research, Lessons Learned or Wished We Had Learned" - a panel organized by the Gender in Academia FLC, including Dr. Laura Bierema, Associate Dean for Academic Programs, Professor of Learning, Leadership, and Organization Development; Dr. Janet Buckworth, Department Head and Professor, Department of Kinesiology; Dr. Janet Frick, Associate Head, Department of Psychology; Dr.
"The Curious Case of Mammography: Breast Cancer, Science, and the Rhetoric of Risk" by Nicole Hurt
"Ditch Disney! Indigenous Women's Political Animation" by Channette Romero
President Jere W. Morehead will deliver the annual report to the faculty and community.
In 2001, the United States Department of State and Department of Education created International Education Week (IEW) to promote the benefits of international education and worldwide exchange. Yeonmi Park, a North Korean defector and human rights activist, will deliver this year's International Education Week keynote speech.