Beth Prieve has spent nearly the entirety of her career studying hearing loss in infants. While previous research used clicks and tone bursts to measure infant hearing, her latest project explores hearing response to natural speech. The two-year study, funded…
What the Women’s Marches Meant: Reflections and Moving Forward
This panel featuring faculty and grad students from around SU will offer students a variety of ways to think about the meaning and significance of the Women’s Marches. It will be held Monday, Jan. 30, from 3-4 p.m. in 220 Eggers Hall.
Each panelist attended one of the marches in Syracuse, Seneca Falls or Washington, D.C. They are likely to address the historical significance of the marches, their meaning in contemporary politics, criticisms of the marches from a variety of perspectives and what the marches mean going forward for participants and American politics.