The School of Media Arts & Studies is pleased to announce that over two-dozen MDIA graduate students will present works at the upcoming Communication, Gender, and Social Change Conference (Information - PDF).
Held in the Baker Center on Friday, February 14th and Saturday, February 15th, the conference will focus on gender and social change in a global context, highlighting the ways that activists and academics are both breaking ground and building bridges across a number of themes.
The conference is envisioned as an opportunity not only to highlight emerging scholarship in the fields of gender, communication, and development, but also as a venue to open avenues of conversation between people working in various disciplines both within and outside of the academy around these issues.
The Communication, Gender, and Social Change in Global Communities Conference is a joint collaboration between the Women's and Gender Studies Graduate Student Association and the Communication and Development Student Association. The conference is free and all are encouraged to attend any of the day's events.
Complete Conference Schedule - PDF