OPENING REMARKS BY
Prof. Lisa M. Dolling, Dean, College of Arts & Letters, SIT
Prof. Edward Foster, Associate Dean, College of Arts & Letters, SIT
Ms. Ngone Diop,
Head, Poverty and MGD Cluster, United Nations Development Program
*** Ms. Diop will be delivering her speech on behalf of Ms. Winnie Byanyima, Director, Gender Team, Bureau for Development Policy, UNDP
Dr. Palitha T. B. Kohona,
Ambassador, Permanent Representative of Sri Lanka to the U.N.
Ms. Joycelyn Gill-Campbell, Organizational Coordinator, Domestic Workers United
Prof. Surendra Kaushik, Founder, Kaushik Women’s College in India
Dr. Sorosh Roshan, President, International Health Awareness Network, NGO Rep.
Ms. Bircan Ünver, Founding President, The Light Millenium, NGO Rep.
DATE: On Monday, November 14, 2011
TIME: 6:00pm to 9:00pm.
(Registration & Reception: 6-7pm ~ Program: 7-9pm)
VENUE: Kidde Building, 6th and River Streets, Hoboken
Kidde lecture hall, 228 KiddeStevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken, New Jersey
FREE and open to the public.
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org by November 13, 2011.
Driving Directions: www.stevens.edu/sit/maps/driving_directions.cfm
The Light Millennium: www.lightmillennium.org | The College of Arts & Letters at Stevens: www.stevens.edu/cal
INVITE (as pdf)
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Stevens Institute of Technology
For more information: http://www.lightmillennium.org - http://www.stevens.edu/cal/
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