Citadel's Women's History Program 2013
Women’s History: Past, present and future
A month-long display of books, cd’s, dvd’s, government documents, and more from the Daniel Library collection that are by and about historic women in the United States, emphasizing women in the South
Throughout the month of March in the Daniel Library
Mental health concerns among female veterans
PSI CHI, the National Honor Society in Psychology, is pleased to invite ALL students, faculty, staff, and community guests to a talk by Dr. Kristy Center from the Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center. Dr. Center’s talk will address mental health concerns experienced by women who have served in the military.
Tuesday, March 26, Bond 165, 3 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Women and The Citadel – History in the Making
From 1842 until the mid-1970’s, a period covering nearly 130 years, The Citadel was an all-male college taught by an all-male faculty. The college catalog records the 1975-1976 academic year as the first year during which a woman was included as a member of the faculty. Today, approximately 28 percent of tenured and tenure track faculty are women. Please join us as The Citadel begins to capture this important history through a discussion with Marlene O’Bryant-Seabrook, Martha Hurley and Jane C. Bishop. The panel will be moderated by Julie Lipovsky.
6:30 p.m., Thursday, March 28, Museum Reading Room of Daniel Library (3rd floor)
The above events are open to the public. There will be a number of events taking place around the campus during the month of March open to students and faculty only.