PULLMAN, Wash. — Washington State University Regent Carmen Otero and Donna Shavlik, former director, American Council on Education’s Office of Women in Higher Education, will keynote the 1998 Women and Leadership Forum: “Leadership in Our Lives” March 26 on the WSU campus.
The forum will begin at 8:15 a.m. in the CUB at no charge for WSU faculty, staff and students. Non-WSU participants will be charged $15 to attend the forum.
Reservation forms for the day-long program are available from the Women’s Resource Center, Wilson Hall, Room 8.
The forum provides an opportunity for women at WSU to discuss different leadership styles and paradigms, address ways to enhance leadership skills and identify leadership opportunities. Session topics include “Champions of Equality,” “Energy for Leadership,” “Ordinary People,” “Extraordinary Leaders” and “The Third Wave.”
WSU and community leaders speaking at the forum include Sue Armitage, History; Deborah Haynes, Women Studies; Sue Hinz, News and Information Services; Pat Wright, Students Book Corporation; Barbara Hammond, Counseling Services; Nancy McKee, Anthropology; Karen DePauw, Graduate School; and Provost Gretchen M. Bataille.