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    • Tulane to Host Novelist Susan Choi for Reading and Public Interview
      Tulane University’s long-running series presenting women writers will this year host Susan Choi, a novelist and Pulitzer finalist, for a public reading and interview session on March 17.
      Read more in the Uptown Messenger
    • Gender Diversity in the Courts
      Female judges and law professors talked about why women being represented in the judicial process matters. 
      Watch it on C-SPAN.org

    •  Blue-Slip Blues Keep Female Judges Stuck at 30%
      NCI Executive Director Sally J. Kenney discusses how the Senate's anti-filibuster vote in November does not guarantee that Obama will be able to appoint well-qualified women and minority men to the bench.
      Read more on womensenews.org


    • Women rare at top of La. corporations
      Far too few women reach the top rungs of the corporate ladder in Louisiana, according to a new Tulane University report that finds women occupy only 7.2 percent of the total board positions on the state’s top 50 publicly traded companies.
      Read more on The Advocate

    • Few women hold top positions in Louisiana public companies, concludes a Tulane Newcomb Institute study
      Women hold only 7.2 percent of corporate board seats and 13.6 percent of executive officer positions among most of the publicly traded companies based in Louisiana, concluded a study unveiled Thursday by the Newcomb College Institute at Tulane University.
      Read more on NOLA.com

    • Are Women the 'Better Half' or the Have-nots.
      Prepared for Tulane University's Newcomb College Institute, in partnership with the local chapter of National Association of Women Business Owners and ION (the InterOrganization Network), a recent report evaluates female participation in the decision-making ranks of 50 publicly traded companies in Louisiana. The study's findings showed that businesses in Louisiana lag behind other states in terms of female participation.
      Read more on myNewOrleans.com
    • When the judge is a woman
      The best case scenario, as scholar Sally Kenney's work highlights, is that a gender-diverse judiciary corrects the biased false neutrality latent in justice systems...
      Read more on openDemocracy.net

    • NolaVie: Mary Jo Bang at Tulane Monday
      Poet Mary Jo Bang will present a reading at 7:30 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 21, in the Freeman Auditorium of the Woldenburg Art Center on Tulane University’s campus.
      Read more on NOLA Vie

    • Mary Jo Bang at Tulane Oct. 21
      Poet Mary Jo Bang will present a reading at 7:30 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 21, in the Freeman Auditorium of the Woldenburg Art Center on Tulane University’s campus.
      Read More at Press Street

    • LA Ladies & Women's Equality Day
      "When asked what issues the Declaration of Sentiments (Seneca Falls, 1848) raised are still of concern today, Newcomb College Institute Center for Women’s Education and Research Executive Director, Sally Kenney, said, “Gosh, everything almost except the vote"
  •          Read more in the NOLA Defender, August 26, 2013

    • Gender diversity should be a consideration when appointing judges, panel members say
      "Tulane University Prof. Sally Kenney said Thursday she had better arguments for getting a woman on the bench than women make different decisions than men, and she even wrote a book about it."
      Read more in Cedar Rapids Gazette, June 21, 2013

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    • NCI Tech Liaison Jaelle Scheuerman and Newcomb Scholar Olivia Mahler-Haug comment on the gender gap growing for women in technology in the New Orleans CityBusiness
      Download PDF, April 4, 2013
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    • Executive Director Sally Kenney reflects on Independence Day memories on WBOK's Crosstown Conversations. Listen at the 52 minute mark
      Listen here, June 28, 2012

     

    • Editors Susan Tucker and Beth Willinger discuss their new book, Newcomb College, 1886-2006, Higher Education for Women in New Orleans, after the 11:30 mark
      Listen at WWNO.org, May 22, 2012

     

     

     

     

     

    • Dr. Amy Schalet's Fridays at Newcomb lunchtime lecture on  the contrasts between  American and Dutch ideas about contraception, abstinence and teen sexuality is featured in the Times-Picayune
      Read More at NOLA.com, March 4, 2012

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    • NCI's Anna Julia Cooper Project on Gender, Race and Politics in the South co-sponsors its first community event, the Fit for a King "Gender and Fair Housing Conference"  hosted by the Greater New Orleans Fair Housing Action Center
      Read More at NOLA.com, December 26, 2011

     

     

     

     

     

     

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    • Newcomb Archivist Susan Tucker NC'71 talks about her book "Telling Memories Among Southern Women" and "The Help" in the Times-Picayune
      Read more in the Times-Picayune

     

    • Newcomb’s Archivist Susan Tucker (NC ’71) talks about the real stories of African American domestic workers with Ohio Public Radio
      Those who wish to hear the story of these women in their own words, as well as the words of women who employed domestic workers, should turn to Susan Tucker’s book of oral histories Telling Memories Among Southern Women: Domestic Workers and Their Employers in the Segregated South (1988). Author of The Help Kathryn Stockett's acknowledgement page mentions Susan's book as inspiration. Susan talks with Ohio Public Radio about her project, a collection of interviews that gives voice to women born between 1882 and 1964, as well as the current film.
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    • Tulane’s undergraduate women carried on their beautiful commencement tradition of the Daisy Chain at this year’s Under the Oaks ceremony
      Read more at New Wave

     

     

    • Community leader Sharon Bourgeois (NC ’69)  receives the NAA’s Community Service Award for over 40 years of volunteerism in Acadiana
      Read more at Acadiana Gazette

     

     

    • Award-winning author Valerie Martin met students and alumnae during her campus visit as part of the Zale-Kimmering Writer-in-Residence Program
      Read More at the Hullabaloo

     

    • Newcomb alumna Julie Greenwald (NC ’91) chairwoman and chief operating officer of the Atlantic Records Group, spoke with the New York Times about her management style
      Read More at the New York Times

     

    • APS Member Dee Silverthorn was chosen as the Outstanding Alumnae of 2011 for the Newcomb Alumnae Association (NAA) of Tulane University
      Read more at The Physiologist

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