By Adriana Ruiz
Three speakers and a resource fair remain in this college’s celebration of Women’s History Month today through March 26.
Liz Ann Aguilar, English professor and member of the Women’s History Committee, said the events are important and will touch on topics that all students can relate to.
Topics being discussed are pay equity, women in science and minorities in the workplace, which Aguilar said are all topics that impact both men and women.
“I believe it is important for our students to learn about these individuals, their successes and what they will continue to contribute not only in our local community but our national community as well,” Aguilar said.
For more information, call activities specialist Carrie Hernandez at 210-486-0125.
Fair: Resource fair sponsored by San Antonio Metro Health, Mujeres Unidas, Centro De Vida and other organizations 9 a.m.-1 p.m. in the Fiesta Room of Loftin.
Lecture: A discussion of women’s workplace issues such as pay equity and minorities in the workplace with Dolores Bischof and Valerie Davis, program analysts with the Department of Labor, sponsored by the women’s center 9:30 a.m. in Room 120 of visual arts.
Lecture: Discussion with a Magaly Chocano, CEO of SWEB Development, a website, mobile app and social media marketing company 10 a.m-10:50 p.m. in Room 120 of visual arts.
Lecture: Discussion about women in science with Sul Ross State University biology Professor James Zech 10 a.m-10:50 a.m in Room 201 of chemistry-geology.