Monthly Archives: July 2012

Sally Ride Leaves a Lasting Legacy

Sally Ride, the first American woman to fly in space, passed away on Monday after 17-months of battling pancreatic cancer. An eloquent obituary is posted on her website. Ride lived a full life and used her high profile to campaign … Continue reading

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Calling All Graduate Students – Help Organize the 20th Annual International Graduate Research Conference

The Susan B. Anthony Institute Graduate Conference Organizing Committee is looking for new members to help organize the annual research conference. The conference, now in its 20th year, draws presenters from around the United States and abroad and highlights work … Continue reading

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Marissa Mayer, Female Executives, and “Having It All”: The Debate Continues

Marissa Mayer, former VP of Search Products and User Experience for Google, was named Yahoo’s new CEO on Monday. Mayer was Google’s first female employee and joins a very small number of female CEO’s in public technology companies. She is … Continue reading

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Calling All Alumnae and Alumni!

By now you may have noticed the Susan B. Anthony Institute’s sleek new website that we launched last fall. We’re particularly excited about the ample space that the homepage now boasts, designed specifically for sharing vibrant photos and spotlighting important … Continue reading

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Teens Fighting for Realistic, Honest, and Diverse Representation

At the end of June, teenage girls had a big win for positive body image and media representation when Seventeen Magazine agreed to a pledge stating that they would be transparent about the magazine’s photo-shooting and image editing process. In … Continue reading

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Completing Earhart’s Unfinished Story

July 2 marked the 75th anniversary of Amelia Earhart’s disappearance. Her unfinished story is marked by missing wreckage and a frustrating mystery that continues to haunt and fascinate historians, salvagers, fans, and dreamers all over the world. Since Earhart’s attempt … Continue reading

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