Humanities and Social Sciences 114
Elephant in the Room: Conversation and Action for Diversity, Inclusion, and Equity in the Classroom and Beyond
Workshop by: Thomas Segar, IUP's VP for Student Affairs
Gorell Recital Hall
Come hear the words and music of suffrage-era women: “The March of the
Women” by Ethel Smyth and Emmeline Pankhurst, the words of Susan B.
Anthony, Sojourner Truth, Ida B. Wells, and Indiana’s own Jane Leonard
and composer Gladys Fisher, along with classical, blues, and jazz
selections by courageous women composers of the suffrage era.
will feature AAUW and IUP performers including Sarah Mantel, Mary Jo
Bowes, AAUW Soirée Coordinators, Gretchen Barbor, Stanley Chepaitis,
Lillian Clemons, Evan Engelstad, Mary Logan-Hastings, Patricia Holmes,
Julianne Laird, Elary Mede, Carl Rahkonen, Susan Wheatley, and IUP music
faculty and students.
A “Suffragist Tea” reception will follow in the Blue Room greeted by AAUW hostess, Charlotte Manges.
A Suffragist Soirée is free and open to the public.
Presented by the American Association of University Women and the IUP Department of Music
Audience: Undergraduate and Graduate. Description: This workshop helps
students build the kinds of careful reading skills that are needed to proofread
The Elephant in the Room: Conversation and Action for Diversity, Inclusion, and Equity in the Classroom and Beyond
Start Smart, with IUP's Pres. Commission on Status of Women and AAUW, Indiana County
Zoom Meeting 522551421
Advanced Undergraduate or Graduate.
Description: This workshop offers students
strategies for effectively writing a literature review, including structuring a
literature review, reading strategies, writing strategies, synthesis, and
appropriate citation strategies.
and Graduate. Description. APA 7th edition was released
in October 2019. This workshop will
introduce students to APA documentation style and the changes in the 7th
edition, including how to quote and summarize from an original source.