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September 19, 2017

  

Tuesday, September 19, 2017

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(Men's Golf) Penmen Invitational
All Day

(Men's Golf) Penmen Invitational
Hanover Country Club (Hanover
N.H.)
T-8/14 (584)

CTE & Conversatio Fall Workshop: Diversity Webinar with Dr. Kathy Obear
1:45 PM - 3:30 PM

Joseph Hall - (001)

Designed to support Conversatio Faculty (especially those new to the program), but open to any faculty member looking for new approaches to cultivating classroom conversations. Join us for this webinar with Dr. Kathy Obear- the President of the Alliance for Change Consulting & Coaching and Co-Founder of The Social Justice Training Institute. Learn “facilitation strategies, training activities and resources to help deepen your faculty members' capacity to maintain classrooms that support student learning and success,” (https://www.paper-clip.com/Main/product-catalog/3459.aspx).
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"Race, Gender, and Political Leadership: The Decision to Run and Patterns of Office-Holding"
4:00 PM

New Hampshire Institute of Politics - (Auditorium)

Carol Hardy-Fanta, Ph.D., Senior Fellow at the McCormack Graduate School, University of Massachusetts, Boston, will present a talk titled, "Race, Gender, and Political Leadership: The Decision to Run and Patterns of Office-Holding."

How do race and gender shape political ambition and the decision to run for elected office? How do these factors shape civic engagement broadly, and elections at the local and national level, more specifically? Do women and men of color running for office receive different kinds of scrutiny, and different kinds of support from mass media and organizations, than white male candidates do? Drawing on the Gender and Multicultural Leadership National Survey, which is at the heart of her most recent, award-winning book, Hardy-Fanta delves into these questions, considering both the various interpretive frameworks guiding scholarship on race, gender, and political office, and offering ways forward.
"Race, Gender, and Political Leadership: The Decision to Run and Patterns of Office-Holding"
4:00 PM

New Hampshire Institute of Politics - (Auditorium)

Dr. Carol Hardy-Fanta is Senior Fellow at the McCormack Graduate School of Global and Policy Studies at the University of Massachusetts Boston and a nationally recognized scholar who has published widely on the intersection of gender, race, and ethnicity in politics and public policy, most recently with the co-authored award-winning book Contested Transformation: Race, Gender, and Political Leadership in 21st-Century America (2016).  

Her talk addresses these questions, among others: How do race and gender shape political ambition and the decision to run for elected office?  How do these factors shape civic engagement broadly, and elections at the local and national level, more specifically?   Do women and men of color running for office receive different kinds of scrutiny, and different kinds of support from mass media and organizations, than white male candidates do?

Saint Anselm College professor of politics, Dr. Jennifer Lucas, will offer an introduction.

This event has been organized in celebration of the 5th anniversary of the interdisciplinary minor in Gender Studies at Saint Anselm College.
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(Women's Soccer) Southern Conn. St. vs. Saint Anselm
4:00 PM - 7:00 PM

(Women's Soccer) Southern Conn. St. vs. Saint Anselm
Final - OT
1-0

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(Women's Volleyball) Saint Anselm at Southern N.H.
7:00 PM - 10:00 PM

(Women's Volleyball) Saint Anselm at Southern N.H.
Final
3-2


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