Celebrating Gettysburg College Women: The '70s as Catalyst for Change
On March 20, 2010, alumnae, faculty, students and guests gathered to discuss the 1970s as a catalyst for change. Watch the highlights video.
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Women's Studies and Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies graduates are encouraged to maintain contact and involvement with the program and other alumni throughout graduate school, careers, and beyond. By "keeping in touch," graduates can continue to enjoy a lifelong relationship with Gettysburg's evolving WGS program, its current students, and its ongoing transformations.
Keep in touch
Here are some easy suggestions for maintaining contact with the program, your classmates, and other alumni for an ongoing and productive relationship with Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies at Gettysburg College.
Be sure the program has your most recent home address . Keep your contact information up to date by sending any changes via email to Joyce Sprague, Academic Administrative Assistant.
Share any news -- a new job, a new degree, graduate school acceptance, and/or other life events. You can submit this information using the About Me form.
Please let us know your thoughts about our new name and identity.
NOTE: Information you submit here will be posted to our WGS webpage and therefore available to the general public. If you want to share your news with just the WGS Program, please email it to email@example.com.