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Faculty Speaker Series

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The Wellesley College Alumnae Association brings Wellesley "home" to you with live virtual faculty lectures for alums. The online series will take place at varied times throughout the year to provide opportunities for our global alumnae population to take part. Recordings of past lectures are available to watch at any time. 

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Thursday November 11
8 a.m. ET    
Democracy & Equity in K-12 Education

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Sheron Fraser-Burgess ’87 Ph.D.
Wellesley Centers for Women visiting scholar
 

 

 

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For accessibility questions, please contact alumnae@wellesley.edu

UPCOMING LECTURES: 

Wednesday, December 8
2:30 p.m. ET  
The Impact of COVID-19 on the Gender Gap in the Workplace and in Academia
Olga Shurchkov ’01, Associate Professor of Economics; Director, Knapp Social Science Center 
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Tuesday, January 11
10 p.m. ET  
Keeping Your Credit Card Safe with Mathematics
Stanley Chang, Professor of Mathematics
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Sunday February 13
8 a.m. ET
The Ethics of Technology
Julie Walsh, Associate Professor of Philosophy & Eni Mustafaraj, Assistant Professor of Computer Science
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Wednesday, March 9
7 p.m. ET

Emily Greene Balch: Wellesley Professor, Pacifist, Nobel Laureate
Catia Confortini, Associate Professor of Peace and Justice Studies
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Tuesday, April 5
10 p.m. ET
Show or tell? Languages of Love in the Asian American family
Stephen Chen, Associate Professor of Psychology
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Wednesday, May 4
7 p.m. ET
The Return of the Lakota Horse Nation: Traveling with Warriors and Prayer Riders on the Trail from Little Bighorn to Wounded Knee
Elena Creef, Professor of Women’s and Gender Studies
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Check your time zone for any of the upcoming lectures. 
 

VIEW PAST LECTURE RECORDINGS HERE.