by Milena Thompson | March 24, 2017 12:32 PM
Three of CSU’s top women faculty will participate in a panel discussion hosted by the Colorado Women’s Hall of Fame on Monday, April 3.
“Inspiring Conversations with Great Women” will be held at the Poudre Public Library, 201 Peterson St. in Fort Collins, from 6 to 7:30 p.m. It is being held to honor and discuss the achievements of three inspiring women: Diana Wall, founding director of the School of Global Environmental Sustainability; Temple Grandin, professor of Animal Science and 2017 National Women’s Hall of Fame Inductee; and Beth Walker, dean of CSU’s College of Business.
Grandin was inducted into the CWHF in 2012, and Wall was inducted in 2014.
The three will be speaking and answering questions on topics like their influences, role models and experiences working in male-dominated fields. In addition, there will be an opportunity for them to field audience questions.
Chandy Ghosh, a member of the Colorado Women’s Hall of Fame board, will moderate the panel discussion about the speakers, the Hall and how to nominate a remarkable woman.
“The Hall believes that empowering women to be all they can be begins with positive engagement with prominent female role models,” said Ghosh. “Their stories are dynamic and demonstrate how these women helped shape our state, our nation and much more.”
The public is invited to attend the event. Light refreshments and a networking session will follow the panel discussion.
Tickets are available at www.cogreatwomen.org/events/purchase-tickets/. There is no charge, but there is a suggested donation of $10.
For more information, call 303-271-3599.
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