Tea Break. Fr, 3/7, 11:40
Society of Women Engineers Greater Syracuse Section, The Baobab
Society, ESF Office of Multicultural Affairs and ESF Women's
Representation, W 3/19, Gateway A/B, 6 pm.
Miss Representation was written,
directed, and produce by Jennifer Siebel Newsom about the
perception of women in mainstream media--TV, movies, magazines,
and advertising--and its impact on young people.
Commentators also discuss how these portrayals impact the
representation of women in positions of power and influence in
America. Film is rated TV-14 by the OWN network, and is
recommended for 13 and up by Common Sense Media (their parent
panel suggested 16 and up as better, because of some strong
language and portrayals of sexuality.
Please RVSP to: syracuseSWE@gmail.com
Coffee Break, Tea, Brown Bag,
or Mocktail Hour, details pending
DISCUSSION SERIES, POTLUCKS & WORKSHOPS
Evening programs are difficult for the many members of our
community who have long commutes, who need to swing by
childcare programs or rush to after school programs. For
others, evenings work far better. So, we try to offer some
programs for each schedule.
Daytime programs are generally
one hour, and many participants bring their lunches. Evening programs and workshops will
generally feature dinner on the cheap. Participants contribute a dish to pass (such as a
salad, main dish, dessert, bread, chips, or cheese and
crackers), or $3-5 for the increasingly popular "Takeout Fund."
We are always looking for reliable, inexpensive and delicious
delivery restaurants, so if you have a place you adore,
let us know, and we'll be happy to give them a try! We generally allocate 30 minutes to
socialize, 30 minutes to eat, and 1 hour for a program. For more information about any potluck supper or
brown bag discussion, or to suggest a program, please contact
or Janine DeBaise
Summaries of previous programs,
including the WISE Professions Lectures: