Department of History, Sociology & Anthropology

4th Annual SUU Women and Gender Studies Conference

“Environmental Justice, Partners, and Science”


Co-sponsored by the Outdoor Engagement Center

Thursday, October 22, 2015
(Registration is now closed)

Keynote speaker: Terry Tempest Williams, author of Refuge: An Unnatural History of Family and Place and Finding Beauty in a Broken World

Terry Tempest Williams

SUU Convocations with Terry Tempest Williams
Thursday, October 22, 11:30
Gilbert Great Hall, Hunter Conference Center

Other presenters include:
Kelly K. Ferguson, Andrew Van Alstyne, Susan Leslie, Holly Hadley, Britt Mace, and Michael McLane

Moderator:
Emily Dean

Co-directors:
Briget Eastep: Associate Professor of Outdoor Recreation, Director, Outdoor Engagement Center
Danielle Dubrasky: Associate Professor of English, Director, SUU Convocations

Assistants:
Alexa LaBroad and Sarah Braun

All events will take place in the Hunter Conference Center unless noted otherwise.

10:30-11:15 Poster Session
Upper Lobby
11:30-12:30 SUU Convocation
Terry Tempest Williams
Finding Beauty in a Broken World
Gilbert Great Hall
12:30-1:00 Book Signing
Upper Lobby
1:00-2:00 Lunch
Shooting Star Room
2:00-4:00 Contiguous Sessions
Gilbert Great Hall
4:00-5:00 A Conversation with
Terry Tempest Williams
Gilbert Great Hall
5:00-6:00 Break/Poster Session
Upper Lobby
7:30-10:00 Screening of Wrenched*
Sharwan Smith Center Student Theater