2022 Women's History Month Celebration

In celebration of the 2022 Women's History Month and its theme of "Providing Healing, Promoting Hope," NDSU's Women and Gender Studies Program is hosting "A Conversation with Chanel Miller" as part of our distinguished Loveland Speaker Series on Wednesday, March 30 from 6-7pm via Zoom. She will read from her memoir, Know My Name, speak on the topic of empowerment and healing, and answer questions at the end of the program. 

As part of the event, we are also hosting a book discussion group on Miller's memoir Know My Name. The discussion group will be co-led by Megan Talcott (NDSU's Sexual Assault Prevention and Advocacy Coordinator) and Mel Fierstine (Assistant Professor of Social Work at Minot State University-NDSU). 

The schedule of events is as follows:

6:00pm: Welcome/Introductions by Dr. Ashley Baggett and Reading of Laure J. Loveland bio by 2021-2022 Loveland recipient Jade Berg

6:05-6:15pm: Chanel Miller Reading

6:15-6:45pm: Conversation with Chanel Miller

6:45-7:00pm: Q&A with audience

For more information on this speaker, please visit prhspeakers.com.

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The Women and Gender Studies program is an interdisciplinary academic program that focuses on women and gender issues in society and offers an undergraduate major and minor. Founded in 1978, the program is housed in the College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences.

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Please contact the WGS Director, Dr. Ashley Baggett, at ashley.baggett@ndsu.edu for any advising questions you may have. 

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