UAA HERS Information session:
Tuesday, October 21 10:00-11:00 a.m. LIB 307
The second and final information session regarding the application process to represent UAA at a HERS Summer Institute for women leaders in higher education will be held this Tuesday. All who are interested in learning about HERS are welcome to attend, including those who are not yet ready to apply for the program.
The sessions will cover:
· A brief introduction to the HERS Summer Institutes;
· Experiences of recent participants;
· The UAA internal application process;
· And the vision of the UAA HERS Women’s Leadership Network.
UAA HERS Women’s Leadership Network
Questions? Please contact Kaytlyn Church at firstname.lastname@example.org .
HERS Brown Bag Lunch Discussion: Women in Higher Education Leadership, Oct. 27
October 15, 2014
Monday, Oct. 27, 12–1 p.m.
UAA/APU Consortium Library, Room 307
Please join us for this brown bag lunch to discuss women’s experiences in higher education. This will be a time for open dialogue and sharing of stories and ideas of how to promote women’s success in higher education leadership.
Hosted by UAA HERS Women’s Leadership Network. With the support of the Chancellor’s Cabinet, the UAA HERS Women’s Leadership Network aims to create an inclusive, supportive and engaged network of higher education women leaders at UAA and to empower HERS alumnae to facilitate the selection process for summer institute participants. For more information, visit the UAA HERS Women’s Leadership Network website.
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