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Reflections through Time: a Celebration of Women's Accomplishments at Boston College and Beyond
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Reflections through Time: a Celebration of Women's Accomplishments at Boston College and Beyond      Reflections through Time is presented by the Boston College Women’s Resource Center and Boston College Libraries to showcase the past and present accomplishments of recent alumnae and current female students of Boston College. As Boston College celebrates its Sesquicentennial, the exhibit aims to highlight the various ways in which women have contributed to the growth of the university and the fulfillment of its Jesuit mission.

The exhibit features four prominent alumnae who have established themselves in various professional fields and illustrates how their work at BC inspired them in those pursuits. The exhibit also highlights six current students who enrich the university in a multitude of ways. The exhibit seeks to increase the visibility of women in the history of Boston College. The final exhibit element is a mirror which acts as an impetus to encourage current students to reflect on their potential, to examine their current involvements, and to harness their power to achieve success in their post-graduate pursuits.

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Date and Time:
    Monday, May 13, 2013 | TBA   
Ongoing Event:
 
This series will repeat every day 110 more times through August 30, 2013
Location:
 
Level Three Gallery, O'Neill Library, Level 3
Event URL:
    http://www.bc.edu/content/bc/libraries/about/exhibits-new/ONLthree2012/reflections.html
Of Interest to Particular Audience:
    Faculty, Graduate Students, Public, Undergraduate Students
Categorized as:
    Exhibits
Sponsored by:
    Boston College Women’s Resource Center & Boston College Libraries
Contact:
    Kevin Tringale
Contact's Phone:
   
Contact's Email:
    kevin.tringale@bc.edu
Admission fee:
    Free
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