Celebrating Yale Women: 40 Years in Yale College, 140 Years at Yale University promises to be an amazing alumni event. This conference will celebrate, as the name suggests, the 40th anniversary of coeducation in Yale College and honor 140 years of women in Yales graduate and professional schools. Although designed with Yale alumnae in mind, all graduates (men and women) are welcome. Please see our website for the full range of details related to the conference and our easy, online registration.
An incredible program awaits those who register. Our featured speakers include Indra Nooyi 80 MPPM, Chairman and CEO of PepsiCo; Margaret Marshall '76 JD, Chief Justice, Massachusetts Supreme Court; Margaret Warner '71, senior correspondent and on-air anchor, The PBS NewsHour; Karen Lawrence '71, Kim Bottomly, Carol Christ '70 PhD, presidents of Sarah Lawrence, Wellesley, and Smith, respectively; Kim Goff-Crews '83, '86 JD, Vice President for Campus Life and Dean of Students in the University, University of Chicago; and Cathy Quense '76 and Jennifer Staple-Clark '03 from the non-profit sector. The weekend will also include a special look back at the coeducation of Yale College featuring Elga Wasserman '76 JD, former Special Assistant to the President on Coeducation; Henry "Sam" Chauncey, Jr. '57, former Secretary of the University; and John Wilkinson '60, '63 MAT, former Dean of Students and moderated by Mary Miller '81 PhD, Dean of Yale College. Rounding out the weekend will be presentations from Yale faculty such as Sharon Oster, Dean and Frederic D. Wolfe Professor of Management and Entrepreneurship at the Yale School of Management; Tamar Gendler '87, Professor of Philosophy and Psychology and Chair of Cognitive Science; Carolyn Mazure, Director, Womens Health Research at Yale; and Priyamvada (Priya) Natarajan, Professor, Department of Astronomy and Associate Professor, Department of Physics. Wow! What a weekend!
We want you to be part of this exciting weekend and invite you to register now. This is a weekend you won't want to miss.