Thriving as an Academic Woman (Academic Women's Forum)

Chittenden Hall, Room 110 (466 West Circle Drive)


Gear up for a new academic year by connecting with women across campus. Regardless of your field of study or position on campus, this panel discussion will be sure to inspire. Participants will learn about the art of "leading up," or how to get buy-in from the top; microaggressions and what to do when you encounter or experience them in the workplace; and thriving as an academic woman, even on the days when you might feel like an imposter in academia. 



Panelists include: Dr. Dorinda Carter Andrews, Assistant Dean, College of Education; Dr. Sonja Fritzsche, Chair of the Department of Linguistics & Germanic, Slavic, Asian, and African Languages; and Dr. Kelly Millenbah, Associate Dean, College of Agriculture & Natural Resources. 



The Academic Women's Forum is co-sponsored by the WorkLife Office, Academic Advancement Network, Office of the University Physician-Health4U, and Graduate Student Life and Wellness.

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