Blog

The Women's Leadership Program blog features stories about program alumnae, updates on important events, and showcases the activities going on within the four program cohorts. Use the blog to stay up-to-date on all of the latest news for the program and don't forget to submit your own updates or story ideas!



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The Sceince Health and Medicine Cohort Travel to the National Institutes of Health

November 15, 2017

Yet another exciting adventure for the Science, Health, and Medicine cohort of the Women’s Leadership Program (WLP).

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Symposium Student Reflection: Environmental Panel

October 12, 2017

Linda Fisher, Jennifer McPartland, and Leslie Carothers orchestrated an impactful panel, during which they illuminated the environmental issues that plague our world today.

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Symposium Student Reflection: Check It

October 12, 2017

The members of the Check It gang are the most unconventional people I have ever known.

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Symposium Student Reflection: Yeganeh Salahi

October 12, 2017

Reflecting on Yeganeh's talk what is one new or surprising thing you learned about Iranian culture, and what are your overall thoughts on what Yeganeh described as one's

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The WLP/IA&C attends a dress rehearsal of the opera Aida at the Kennedy Center

October 02, 2017

Being able to view a professional performance in dress rehearsal was magical. There was something fascinating about witnessing a show in this form.

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Alumni Updates!

September 25, 2017

Congratulations to Alison Devenny Hetherington on her recent marriage!!

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Hae Jin Son, 2017 Rosenthall Fellow, descusses her experience do far and why she was drawn to the fellowship.

August 02, 2017

"My name is Hae Jin Son, and I am a rising senior majoring in international affairs at the Elliott School of International Affairs.

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Kimbery Humphries awardee Nada Kamona discusses her internship experience at the FDA

August 02, 2017

"I am very happy to have received the 2017 Kimberly & Rob Humphries Internship Award.

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Armenian Assembly of America Meets with the President of Karabakh

July 25, 2017

I'm a little over halfway through my internship in Armenia. I think [Professor Allendoerfer] will remeber I did my final research paper for [her] class on the war in Nagorno-Karabakh.

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Raisin in the Sun Reflection

May 01, 2017

            Experiencing Raisin in the Sun at Arena Stage, surrounded by my wonderful friends, especially those who are women of color, was a fitting way to leave the Women’s L