Alice Eagly: “Glass Ceilings, Labyrinths, and Jungle Gyms: Has Anything Changed for Women as Leaders?”
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Alice Eagly: “Glass Ceilings, Labyrinths, and Jungle Gyms: Has Anything Changed for Women as Leaders?”

Alice Eagly, a professor in the Department of Psychology, the Institute for Policy Research, and the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University, will give a lecture at CMC on Tuesday, March 11th, from 4:30-5:45 pm in the Freeburg Forum (LC Kravis 62). See the flyer below for her bio and a description of her lecture: Continue reading

Upcoming Event: Sarah Johnson Redlich at the Ath!
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Upcoming Event: Sarah Johnson Redlich at the Ath!

Thursday, March 6, 2014: Film producer Sarah Johnson Redlich at the Athenaeum. Ms. Redlich was the Executive Producer on such films as Miss Representation, which explores the portrayal of women in the media and how it diminishes the influence of women in the public sphere, The Invisible War, and the upcoming The Mask You Live In, which asks: as a society, … Continue reading

Announcing the 5th Annual Women and Leadership Workshop
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Announcing the 5th Annual Women and Leadership Workshop

The Berger Institute is pleased to announce the Women and Leadership Workshop on Friday, February 7th, co-sponsored by the Kravis Leadership Institute and the Robert Day School of Economics and Finance. Featuring keynote speaker Michelle Bauman ’89, the workshop provides exciting opportunities to network with female leaders in various fields. For more details, see the … Continue reading

Berger co-hosts Southern California Conference in Applied Microeconomics
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Berger co-hosts Southern California Conference in Applied Microeconomics

On April 19, dozens of economists trickled in to the Kravis Center’s Freeberg Forum to attend the 2013 Southern California Conference in Applied Microeconomics, or SoCCam. The event was organized by CMC Prof. Heather Antecol and sponsored by the Lowe Institute, the Rose Institute, the Berger Institute, and the Robert Day School. SoCCam began as … Continue reading