Webinar Library

Welcome to the Douglass Webinar Library. Below is a bank of archived workshops, panels, and virtual events held by the College.


The BOLD Center:

Salary Negotiation Webinar (Recorded on April 10, 2020)

This archived webinar features Dean Leslie Danehy of the BOLD Center speaking on salary negotiation and the gender wage gap. Join Douglass students and staff as they examine negotiation strategies formulated by the American Association of University Women.

Christiana Foglio DC'84 Career Conference:

Keynote #2 – Women in Entrepreneurship by Abby Melone (Recorded on October 3, 2020)

Every year, guests at the Douglass Career Conference share their wealth of knowledge with future women leaders. Our guests meet with current Douglass students, pass on knowledge about success in their industries, and prepare students for the work world as aspiring women leaders and entrepreneurs. In this session, Abby Melone, CEO & Founder of Capital Analytics, offers insider advice on building a business in 2020.

Christiana Foglio DC'84 Career Conference:

Breakout II: Launching a Business (Recorded on October 3, 2020)

Every year, guests at the Douglass Career Conference share their wealth of knowledge with future women leaders. Our guests meet with current Douglass students, pass on knowledge about success in their industries, and prepare students for the work world as aspiring women leaders and entrepreneurs. In this session, women entrepreneurs offer inside tips on how to thrive as a business owner. Topics discussed include entrepreneurship, managing burnout, and work-life balance.

Christiana Foglio DC'84 Career Conference:

Douglass Career Conference – Ignite Your Passion, Change the World: Public Policy and Law (Recorded on October 3, 2020)

Every year, guests at the Douglass Career Conference share their wealth of knowledge with future women leaders. Our guests meet with current Douglass students, pass on knowledge about success in their industries, and prepare students for the work world as aspiring women leaders and entrepreneurs. In this panel, attorneys and public policy professionals discuss how to be successful in public policy and law. They also note how your ambitions in these fields can affect change on the local and national level.

"Global Trends in Displacement" By Dr. Susan Martin

This year’s PLEN Women in Public Policy Lecture, sponsored by Marilyn Marolda Steiner DC’65, will feature keynote speaker Dr. Susan Martin. She will speak on her expertise related to international migration and immigration. The event will also include a panel of PLEN students that attended policy seminars over the past year, which include the fields of STEM and Law. These students will not only share their insights and experiences, but answer questions from the audience. This event will be held virtually and is open to all alumnae and students.

Women In Public Health Speaker Series:

The New Jersey Black Women's Physician Association

The New Jersey Black Women's Physician Association speaks to Douglass students in the first installment of the Women in Public Health Speaker Series hosted by The Douglass Project for Women in STEM.

Women in Public Health Speaker Series: Dr. Tracy Davis

Join The Douglass Project for Women in STEM and Dr. Tracy Davis, Assistant Professor in the Department of Interdisciplinary Studies at the Rutgers School of Health Professions, to discuss and understand the implications and overlap of HIV, aging, and COVID-19.

Women in Public Health Speaker Series: Dr. Shirley Levine DC'65

Join the Douglass Project for Women in STEM and Dr. Shirley Levine DC'65, Douglass alumna and Emeritus Professor of Internal Medicine and Hematology at Albert Einstein College of Medicine, to discuss Coronavirus prevention and treatment.

Women & Public Health: Dr. Susan Kirk

Join The Douglass Project for Women in STEM and Dr. Susan Kirk, Douglass alumna and Associate Professor in the Department of Medicine, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Division of Endocrinology and Metabolism, Maternal-Fetal Medicine at University of Virginia Medical School. We will be discussing the scope of graduate school, medical education, and what changes are to ensue in response to the pandemic.

So You Want to Go to Graduate School?

(Recorded on November 17, 2020)

Presented by the BOLD Center and the Douglass Project for Women in STEM, this workshop discusses how to apply to graduate school, how to choose a program, financial literacy, scholarship opportunities, and more!

Webinars for Knowledge and Power students coming 2021

Pamela Z - A Secret Code: A Concert of Music for Voice and Electronics

(Recorded on November 18, 2020)

A live concert of works for solo voice and electronics, followed by moderated discussion, with the renowned electronic-music artist Pamela Z. Many thanks to the donors to Douglass Residential College, the Douglass Fund, and the AADC for their contributions that have made this concert and program possible.

Dean's Series: Critical Conversations on Black History

(Recorded on September 22, 2020)

In this talk recorded on September 22, 2020, Dr. Debra Joy Pérez discusses the importance of allyship with the Douglass Community.

Dean's Lecture Series: Critical Conversations on Black History – Dr. Barbara Ransby

(Recorded on March 20, 2021)

In this talk, Dr. Barbara Ransby, the John D. MacArthur Chair and a Distinguished Professor at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC), will discuss the critical need for racial equity and freedom in the current moment. Dr. Ransby will draw on her long history as a scholar, author, and activist to discuss how each person has an innate power and responsibility to contribute to transformative change.

102nd Fall Convocation Featuring Senator Elizabeth Warren

(Released on September 26, 2020)

In this ceremony released on September 22, 2020, Senator Elizabeth Warren, President Jonathan Holloway, and Douglass Dean Jacquelyn Litt welcome the incoming class of 2024.