October 26, 2012
Panel to discuss what you can do with a degree in women's studies
A panel of women's studies graduates will share their experiences on how a degree in women's studies has helped them in their careers at 2:30 p.m. today in Room 209 in the K-State Student Union.
Vicki Choitz, a 1998 political science and women’s studies graduate, is the senior policy analyst at the Center for Law and Social Policy.
Mickayla Fink, a 2004 English and women’s studies graduate, is the disability resource coordinator for the Workforce Alliance of South Central Kansas.
Katie Gatlin, a 2008 women's studies graduate, is a transitional specialist in the domestic abuse sexual assault program at Heartland Family Service.
Janice Norlin, a 1989 political science and women’s studies graduate, is an attorney at Marietta, Kellogg and Price.