50Yrs of Women at St Edmund's - Panel Discussion

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To celebrate the contribution of women to life at St Edmund's over the last 50 years.


The academic year 2019-2020 marked 50 years since St Edmund's first admitted women as students to the College, an anniversary we had planned to celebrate in March, 2020.  Almost a year on, and as the global pandemic continues to prevent us from celebrating in person we are taking this event online in the form of a Panel Discussion, scheduled to take place on International Women’s Day,  Monday 8 March, 2021
 
Our panellists represent all catergories of membership, Academics, Staff, current Students and Alumni, including St Edmunds' very first female student to matriculate back in 1969.  Each will share memories and experiences of their time at St Edmund's and tell us a little of how life and career choices have been influenced as a result. 
 
The event will commence at 7.00pm with welcome and introductions by the Master, Catherine Arnold OBE, and will culminate with an open Q&A session that we hope will spark further conversation - celebrating the women of St Edmund's, sharing successes and opening doors to new opportunity.

Panellists to include: (final lineup TBC)

Margie G Wilkinson – Alumna – First Female Student at St Edmund’s – Theology, matric. 1969

Jane LuzioFormer Staff Member and wife of Former Master Paul Luzio – First worked at St Edmund’s as secretary to the Master, Canon Sweeney, in October 1967

Jane Ross – Alumna – Social Anthropology PHD, Matric. 1982

Dr Diana Wood - Vice Master of St Edmund's College - Emeritus Clinical Dean, University of Cambridge School of Clinical Medicine

Jordon Moxey – Alumna – Management Studies MPhil, matric. 2018

Gita Yadav – Current Fellow - Lecturer in Genomics and Structural Biology

Regan Hamel – Current Student – Clinical Neurosciences PHD, matric. 2017

Abi Babalola – Current Student – CR International Officer, Development Intern – Public Policy MPhil, matric. 2020

 


This event is open to all Alumni, Students and Fellows.

PLEASE NOTE: The capacity of this ZOOM Webinar is limited.  Only those who go on to register via the Zoom link within our confirmation email will have access to the live event.  We therefore advise you to complete this process as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.


 

When
March 8th, 2021 7:00 PM   to   8:30 PM
Location
Online Panel Discussion
United Kingdom