The conference invites dialogues surrounding women’s issues about the areas of information and knowledge: power and leadership; education and policy; technology and infrastructure that affect women in the intersection of race, social class, gender and sexuality on intellectual and institutional perspectives,local and global forums, public and intimate spaces. All disciplines and levels of professional and graduate scholarship are welcome. This conference will foster discussions of global issues affecting women directly or indirectly through education, the use of technology and the transformation of leadership skills.
This is an interdisciplinary conference organized by the University of Central Florida’s College of Education, Higher Education & Policy Studies, College of Arts and Humanities, Women’s and Gender Studies Program, and International Policy Analysis Center
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