As part of my doctoral dissertation work, I have been serving on the Digital Women’s Planning (DWP) committee and will be fulfilling various roles throughout the conference. I hope to see you there.
“The Digital Women’s Project inaugural academic conference, Celebrate Women’s Wisdom: Life Journeys, which takes place March 7–8, 2013 in Los Angeles, California. The conference engages scholars and business professionals from all sectors to share their wisdom that will impact the future for themselves and the next generation of women and men. Through connecting around the life course method of identity; motivation and drive; relational style; and adaptive style, participants will share research that enhances opportunities for women to live meaningful lives of purpose and leadership.
The Digital Women’s Project (DWP), an initiative of the Pepperdine University Graduate School of Education and Psychology (GSEP) led by Dean Margaret Weber. The mission of the project is to explore the work-life balance issues of women from global perspectives. The DWP aims to accomplish this through its three components: research; a digital library/website; and an annual academic conference.”
Reprinted with permission, more here: http://gsep.pepperdine.edu/digital-womens-project/, https://www.facebook.com/DigitalWomensProject, https://twitter.com/Womens_Project, http://www.linkedin.com/groups?gid=4644719&trk=myg_ugrp_ovr
Join us on Saturday, May 5th at Northern New Mexico College for YOUTH CREATING BELOVED COMMUNITIES ~ Presented by Tewa Women United
::: Attend workshops on Youth Activism, Healthy Relationships, Higher Education, Empowerment Through Art, Empowerment Through Agriculture. 8:30 am to 3 pm ~ Screening of film “Maria Full of Hope: An Equal Voice Story” at 1:30 pm
::: Sponsored by Tewa Women United, Associated Student of Northern New Mexico College, Until Three, Santa Clara Systems of Care and Marguerite Caseys Foundation’s Equal Voice Youth Empowerment Project.
::: Location: Rooms AD 101 / 102 in the NNMC Administration Bulding, Espanola campus
::: IT’S FREE! (lunch included!)
A great example of women empowering themselves, each other, and their community via entrepreneurship.
|Committee on the Status of Women in Computing Research||http://www.cra-w.org/|
|CRA Grad Cohort for Women||http://www.cra-w.org/gradcohort|
|CRA Career Mentoring Workshop (CMW)||http://www.cra-w.org/mentorWrkshp|
|Computer Science Teacher’s Association||http://www.csta.acm.org/|
|American Education Research Institute||http://www.aera.net/|
|AECT – Association for Educational Communications and Technology||http://www.jobtarget.com/c/search_results.cfm?site_id=136||No|
|USDL – United States Distance Learning Association||http://www.usdla.org/||Yes||$30.00|
Oversight Hearing on Native Women: Protecting, Shielding, and Safeguarding Our Sisters, Mothers, and Daughters
Thursday, July 14, 2o11
Senate Dirksen Building 628
Vist http://indian.senate.gov/hearings/hearing.cfm?hearingID=3d9031b47812de2592c3baeba618e2eb to listen to the webcast.