Women's Leadership Conference

To Be a Woman, 1980

Speech by Chaplain Mary Anne Morefield, likely the concluding remarks she gave at the Women's Leadership Conference on March 29, 1980.  Discusses the women's inequality in the work force and in the home.  Recommends that "the Dickinson community of women" become more alert to stereotypes and language used regarding women, but also to "begin to allow yourselves new dreams and visions for today and for the future."

Date: March 29, 1980 [?]
Women's Leadership Conference Invitation

An invitation to the second annual Dickinson College Women's Leadership Conference, entitled "Women: Progress in the 80's."  The program, held at the Bernard Center for the Humanities, is sponsored by the Pan Hellenic Council, the Internship Office, Student Senate, Student Services, and the Commission on the Status of Women.  Speakers include Sylvia Rambo (keynote address), Barbara Bagri ("Women in the Arts"), Bonna Coulter ("Women in Medicine"), Denise Dwight ("What about the future?"), Martha Lester (Women in Media), Cynthia Nixon-Hudson ("Women, Education, and the Arts"), Rita Clark ("Wo

Date: March 29, 1980