Friends of Women's Studies Hosts Annual Fall Reception

Friends of Women’s Studies will host its annual Fall Reception on Thursday Oct. 30, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m., at the home of Jane Anderson, 2717 Johnstone Place in East Walnut Hills.

This year’s event welcomes Dr. Nancy Zimpher, new President of the University of Cincinnati and honorary chair of the Fall Reception. 

Dr. Meera Sehgal, the Friends Visiting Assistant Professor, will speak briefly on “Feminism and Right Wing Women.”  Friends President Pat O’Reilly will welcome guests, and Anne Sisson Runyan, Director of the Center for Women’s Studies and Associate Professor, will bring greetings on behalf of the center.

To make reservations, call the Center for Women’s Studies at 513-556-6653 or send email to  friendsws@uc.edu.  Parking is available in the lot of Seven Hills School/Doherty’s Campus at the corner of Madison road and Johnstone Place, just east of DeSales Corner.

Friends of Women’s Studies is dedicated to supporting the activities, development and growth of the Center for Women’s Studies at the University of Cincinnati and to disseminating knowledge about women’s achievements, needs, and aspirations to the broader community.

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