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The Women’s and Gender Studies program in the College of Arts and Science will celebrate its 30th anniversary on May 14, 2022.

Women's and Gender Studies 30th Anniversary: Brunch and Panel Discussion

Following a brunch on the USask campus, a panel of alumni and students will share their experiences in the WGST program

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The University of Saskatchewan (USask) Women’s and Gender Studies (WGST) program will celebrate its 30th anniversary on May 14, 2022. A brunch will kick off the celebration, followed by a panel discussion. Campus tours and other activities will follow.

Brunch and panel discussion

Date: Saturday, May 14
Time: 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
Location: Marquis Hall, 97 Campus Drive, USask campus
Tickets: $20

Tickets to the brunch can be purchased on Eventbrite. The brunch includes a large vegetable platter, egg frittata, vegetarian samosas, sausage, quinoa pancakes, potato hash, muffins, scones, breakfast pastries, fruit salad and a variety of beverages.

Join the following panelists to hear about their time in the Women’s and Gender Studies program and learn about what they are doing now:

Dr. Rachel Loewen Walker (BA’06, MA’08) - Ariel F. Sallows Chair, College of Law
Sheila Laroque (BA’10) - Indigenous Liaison Librarian
Mitchell Anderson (BA’13, MBA’15) - Lead Minister, St. Paul's United
Peter Garden (BA’97, BA’03) - Owner/Operator of Turning the Tide Bookstore, Father and Community Organizer
Natalya Mason (BA’14, MA’21) - Sexual Health Educator
Johanna Bergerman (BSHEC’72, BA’08, MA’20) - Public Health Nutritionist/Health Promotion
Leena Thomas (BEng’94, MSc’99) - Project Manager and Mechanical Engineer

Guided tours to the Orange Shirt Day exhibit in the University Library will start at 1 pm.

PLEASE NOTE: Attendees are required to follow USask's vaccination measures and masking requirements. Visit covid19.usask.ca for updates.

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Interested in purchasing WGST merchandise before the event? T-shirts are $20 and mugs are $10. 

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