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25th Annual All-University Conference for the Advancement of Women in Higher Education

Conference

The Women's Studies Program and the Conference Program Committee at Texas Tech University was proud to host the 25th Annual All-University Conference on the Advancement of Women in Higher Education, "Innovation, Migration and Transference: Voices, Gender and Expression in the Changing World", which was held on the campus of Texas Tech University, April 2 - 3, 2009.

Opening Presentation

carol flueckiger and jennifer snead discuss their work 2009
April 2nd, 2009

Blue Prints: Archives, Art and Scholarship
Carol Flueckiger, Associate Professor, School of Art
Jennifer Snead, Assistant Professor, English
TTU Student Union Building (Second Floor)
Mesa Room

Reception sponsored by the Women's Studies Community Connection, a Lubbock-based advocacy group that has supported the Women's Studies Program for more than 15 years.

Conference Program

April 3, 2009 Papers/Posters Sessions
TTU Student Union Building (Second Floor)
8:00 am - 2:30 pm | Academic Poster Sessions

shelby knox guest speaker for 2009 conference morning address Welcome & Morning Address | Shelby Knox

Keynote Speaker

gloria steinem 2009 keynote speaker womens studies conference Emmy Award-winning writer, lecturer, editor and feminist activist Gloria Steinem

April 3rd, 2009 | Lubbock Civic Center Theater

Student | Faculty | Community Participation & Attendance

2009 womens studies discussion session 2009 Discussion Sessions included:

  • Papers = 18
  • Panels = 5
  • Poster = 27
Special Thank You to the following supporters
  • Dr. Guy Bailey, President
  • Grace Hernandez, Chief of Staff, Office of the President
  • Dr. Jane Winer, Interim Provost
  • Dr. Robert Stewart, Interim Vice President, Provost Office
  • Dr. Matt Baker, Dean, College of Outreach and Distance Education
  • Dr. John Burns, Dean, College of Agricultural Science & Natural Resources
  • Dr. Lawrence Schovanec, Interim Dean, College of Arts & Sciences
  • Dr. Carol Edwards, Dean, College of Visual and Performing Arts
  • Dr. Pamela A. Eibeck, P.E., Dean, Edward E. Whitacre Jr. College of Engineering
  • Dr. Kitty Harris-Wilkes, Director of the Center for the Study of Addiction & Recovery
  • Dr. Linda Hoover, Dean, College of Human Sciences
  • Gen. Walter B. Huffman, USA (ret.), Dean, School of Law
  • Dr. Juan Munoz, Vice President, Office on Institutional Diversity & Community Engagement
  • Dr. Michael D. Shonrock, Vice President for Student Affairs
Special Thank You to the Conference Program Committee:
  • Christina Ashby-Martin, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, History
  • Laura Calkins, Ph.D., Director, Women's Studies
  • Tricia Earl, MFA, Coordinator, Women's Studies
  • Lynne Fallwell, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, History
  • Carol Fitzgerald Flueckiger, MFA, Associate Professor, Art
  • Jennifer Snead, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, English
  • Richard B. Verronne, Ph.D., Undergraduate Research Coordinator, Academic Advisor, Instrutor Honors College

 

 

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What did the Community say about the 2009 Women's Studies Conference activities & events:

Additional media coverage from the Avalanche Journal

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Conference Awards

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Presenters / Attendees

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Image Gallery of events

gloria steinem reception 2009

 

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Press Links

Link to 2010 Conference

Link to 2009 Conference

Link to 2008 Conference