Catharine S. Eberly Center for Women

ECW Spotlight

We want to help you shine!

Do you have a research or activist project that you want to share with other folks? Tell us about it!

SpotlightThe Eberly Center is putting a spotlight on the amazing research and activism women are doing on campus and in the community. If you have a research or activist project that you want to share, fill out our interest form and we will reach out to you to schedule your virtual presentation with the Eberly Center.

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Dr. Angie Fitzpatrick: angela.fitzpatrick@utoledo.edu

 

March

Infertility and Gender Identity in Medieval England: The Example of Richard II and Anne of Bohemia

March 30 | 12pm - 1pm | Zoom

We are excited to shine the spotlight on Dr. Kristen Geaman an associate lecturer in the College of History at the University of Toledo! Join us and learn about her research exploring Richard II and Anne of Bohemia's experiences and what they tell us about gender identity as well as medieval remedies, literature and knowledge regarding infertility.

RSVP now for the Zoom link!

April

COVID-19: Challenge and Opportunity for Data Science

April 20 | 12pm - 1pm | Zoom

Dr. Qin Shao, professor of statistics at the University of Toledo, will be discussing how data analysis can help answer scientific questions related to COVID-19. She will also discuss the data science program and why this program would be great for students.

Register Now for the zoom link!

Past Spotlights

August 2020 | Ruth Leonard | the Perfect Black Woman Narrative

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September 2020 | Dr. Carla Pattin | We Wear the Obstacle Down: How Black College Women Define the American Dream

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Last Updated: 3/26/21