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Gender and Technology Research Cluster Meeting

Wed, November 19, 2008 | Chicano Culture Room, Texas Union 4.206

4:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Are you interested in the intersections between gender and technology? Would you like to meet students and faculty who share that interest? Then please join the Gender and Technology Research Cluster (GTRC) for an informal introduction to colleagues and resources.

We'll have refreshments, handouts on resources that can help you with your work, and the opportunity to learn more about a range of research, teaching, and service initiatives.

The GTRC is part of the Center for Women and Gender Studies and deliberately seeks full involvement from all academic disciplines, undergraduates, graduate students, and faculty. The GTRC's initial service initiative involves developing instructional and computing support for the Ann Richards School for Girls; your input, ideas, and participation are most welcome.

To get started we'll give interested people 1-2 minutes to briefly identify their areas of interest in gender and technology. Tell everyone about your dissertation plans, a course you're teaching, a service project you'd like to launch, a grant application you're seeking, a symposium you'd like to hold, or anything else that you'd care to share. Afterwards, you'll be able to find those people with whom you'd most like to talk.

If you're interested then let us know by either posting your brief statement on our web site . Please speak up and let others know about your interests, plans, and work! Gender Equity Report Talkback

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