>INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY
>A day of celebration and education
>Schedule of Events
>Tuesday, 7 March 2000
>7:00 pm - Film and discussion: Campus Center Theatre, Billings.
>"I skuggan av solen" - "Sunshadow" a film by Susanna Edwards. A portrait
>of Cristina Sanchez, Spain's most famous female matador.
>Discussion moderators: Peggy O'Neill-Vivanco and Professor Luis Vivanco
>Wednesday, 8 March 2000
>9:05-9:55 am - Opening Ceremony: Marsh Lounge
>"Celebrating the Spirit" The Reverend Christine Leslie.
>"Women and Work" Chris Fearon from the Fleming Museum
>Music, art, song, and light refreshments with an international flavor will
>10:10-11:00 am - Discussion: Marsh Lounge
>"The Journey to Gender: Women's Progress and Perspectives from Mexico City
>to Beijing and Beyond." Elayne Clift, Women's Studies Faculty member.
>11:15-12:05 pm - Panel: Marsh Lounge
>"Crossing Borders, Confronting Stereotypes"
>Panelists: Gertrude Akpalu, Nursing Student; Edna Rodriguez-Mangual,
>Assistant Professor of Spanish; and Namita Sharma, Community Member.
>Panel moderator: Peggy O'Neill-Vivanco
>12:20-2:15 pm - World Dance Performances: Great Hall and North Lounge.
>"Think Globally. Act Locally" The Apse. A resource fair of local activist
>"Global Grazing" North Lounge. A tasting of a variety of international
>2:30-3:20 pm - Student Essay Presentations: Marsh Lounge
>Students being honored for their essays on women's contemporary global
>issues shall present on their essays.
>Study Abroad Advisor
>Office of International Educational Services
>University of Vermont
>L/L Faculty Box 8
>Burlington, Vermont 05405-0384
>Tel: (802) 656-4296
>Fax: (802) 656-8553
Kyla J. McLeod
Center for Cultural Pluralism
The University of Vermont