Center for Women to host brown-bag seminars
The Catharine S. Eberly Center for Women will host a brown-bag seminar each Thursday during spring semester at 12:30 p.m. in Tucker Hall Room 0180 on Main Campus.
Speakers and topics will be:
• Jan. 17, 2008 — “Eating Disorders and Women: It’s Not About the Food” by Jean Underfer-Babalis, UT doctoral student in counselor education and supervision.
• Jan. 24 — “He Said/We Said: How Service Interventions Can Perpetuate the Cycle of Domestic Violence” by Gabrielle Davis, director of the Domestic Violence Clinic in the UT College of Law.
• Jan. 31 — “Shaping the World: Pottery and Hopi Women’s Activism” by Dr. Lea S. McChesney, independent scholar.
• Feb. 7 — “Misery Loves Company: Exercise, Women and the Buddy System, a Case Study” by Dr. Patricia A. Hogue, UT assistant professor and chair of the Physician Assistant Studies Program.
• Feb. 14 — “Loving Yourself Before You Love Someone Else: Women, Sex and Relationships” by Dr. Mary Krueger, director of the Women’s Center at Bowling Green State University .
• Feb. 21 — “The Growing Water Crisis: Women, Water and Development,” by Dr. Isabel C. Escobar, UT associate professor of chemical and environmental engineering.
• Feb, 28 — “Women and the Civil Rights Movement” by Dr. Dorothy Perry, UT visiting assistant professor of Africana studies.
• March 13 — “Women and Financial Independence” by M. Ann Sanford, first vice president of investments for Merrill Lynch.
• April 3 — “Poetry and Politics: Open Talk and Mic” by Dr. Sharon Barnes, UT associate professor of interdisciplinary and special programs.
• April 10 — “Female Survivors of Military and Sexual Assault” by Tiffany Colvin, UT master’s student in the Physician Assistant Studies Program.
• April 17 — “UT Women and Medicine” by Dr. Nancy H. Collins, UT professor of medical microbiology and immunology.
For more information on the free, public seminars, call the Center for Women at 419.530.8570.