March comes in with a “Pink Out” for Women’s History Month tomorrow, kicking off events during the month that include discussions on timely topics such as Islam, gender in the workplace and racial misconceptions, and highlighted by a conversation with Chancellor Emerita Dr. Frances Bartlett Kinne as she celebrates her 100th year.
Students, faculty and staff are invited to attend all events for free during the month, which also features a host of women’s athletics matchups. Please visit www.ju.edu/events/womenshistory/ for a full list of events.
A “100 Years of Leadership & Legacy Discussion” with Dr. Kinne will be at 3:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 15, in Terry Concert Hall, moderated by WJCT’s First Coast Connect host and producer Melissa Ross. Topics including leadership, philanthropy, women’s rights and more are on the table.
During the event, the 2017 “JU Woman of the Year” and “Frances Bartlett Kinne Student Woman of the Year” will be named. RSVP online.