Centering Students in WLRC’s History of Care, Community, and Resistance
Date / Time
April 9, 2021 - April 9, 2021
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
Since its founding, UIC students have played critical roles in making the Women’s Leadership and Resource Center a home for students and survivors, and in advocating for gender equity at UIC and beyond.
We invite you to a virtual panel to hear from graduate students who have worked at the center. They will share their experiences of working, learning, and building community at UIC while advancing the center’s mission.
- Juliana Bernier Carrasquillo, LMSW (Social Work, 2019)
- Meghan Daniel (Sociology, current PhD candidate)
- Dr. Keisha Farmer-Smith (Urban Planning and Policy, 2010)
- Dr. Stephanie Hicks (Policy Studies in Urban Education, 2017)
Moderated by Dr. Meghna Bhat (Criminology, Law, and Justice, 2017).
CART live captioning will be provided. Please send any questions or additional accommodation requests to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Presented as part of the UIC Women’s Leadership and Resource Center’s 30th anniversary programming.