The free lectures will take place from 6 to 7:30 p.m. on selected Thursdays in the Campus Center auditorium.
Cristina Ioana Dragomir will present "Change and Tradition in the Education of Indian Women" on Feb. 20, exploring political tensions that impact their education and opportunities. She will talk about her own experiences as a woman in India, compared with education for girls and women in tribal areas.
On March 27, Dee Moskoff, Humphrey Fellow at Syracuse University and director of Connect Network, South Africa, will examine "How HIV Affects the Workplace of South African Women." The talk will examine why South Africa, with one of the strongest economies on the continent, still has one of the highest HIVE prevalence rates.
Ruth Baltus, a 1977 alumna of SUNY Oswego and professor of chemical engineering at Clarkson University, will present "Following My Foremothers: Historical Perspectives and Strategies for Success for Women in Engineering and Science" on April 3. Using her family's experiences, she will discuss how things have changed over her 30-year career, and share lessons learned during that span.
Robert Feinberg, SUNY Oswego class of 1978, and his wife Robbi Feinberg, as well as Ernst & Young sponsor the lecture series. It is cosponsored by the women's studies department and the Institute for Global Engagement at SUNY Oswego.
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