Adelphi has lined up a slew of engaging lectures by prominent women scholars. Be sure to catch these talks and more.
Adelphi has lined up a slew of engaging lectures by prominent women scholars. Be sure to catch these talks and more. Author and scholar Blanche Wiesen Cook, Ph.D., will discuss “Eleanor Roosevelt and the Promise of Human Rights” on Monday, March 18. On Wednesday, April 3, Diane Ravitch, Ph.D., will speak about “Accountability in the Great American School System,” and on Friday, April 5, Edna Foa, Ph.D., a leading expert in psychopathology and the treatment of anxiety disorders who was named to the TIME 100 in 2010, will give the annual Lindemann Lecture. On Monday, April 29, Nobel Prize laureate biochemist Ada Yonath, Ph.D., will give a lecture entitled “From Basic Research to Advanced Antibiotics”. Dr. Yonath is the first woman from the Middle East to win a Noble Prize in the sciences. Visit the cultural events website for schedule updates and ticket information.
Ruth S. Ammon School of Education alumni are invited to an Inside the Teacher’s Classroom round table discussion prior to Dr. Ravitch’s lecture, and Derner Ph.D. alumni are invited to a networking reception following Dr. Foa’s lecture.
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