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“Squaring the Circle, Or How I Became a Black Woman Scholar” with Dr. Yolonda Wilson

Dr. Yolonda Wilson is an Associate Professor in the Departments of Health Care Ethics, Philosophy, and African American Studies at St. Louis University in Missouri. Her talk will include lessons learned from her own circuitous route through the academy, to encourage younger scholars to follow their own path, even if that path doesn’t conform to conventional wisdom.

The event will include a Q&A session.

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Wednesday, October 6 at 1:00pm to 2:00pm

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Career Diversity


Faculty, Staff, Undergraduate Students, Graduate Students, Alumni



Free and open to everyone

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