Latest news for 7 Mar 2018

The American Puzzle — Why has the United States never had a female president?

Why have more than eighty-five countries already had female prime ministers or presidents but the United States has not? Møller Institute Visiting Leadership Scholar — Professor Paula Monopoli discusses her theory that design choices by the Founders made it less likely that a woman would ascend to the presidency.

Celebrate the Legacy with a Churchill's Female Engineers panel discussion on 8 March

This year marks not only the 100th anniversary of women receiving the vote but also Churchill College’s highest ever intake of female undergraduate engineers. To commemorate these successes, Churchill College Engineering Society is running a panel discussion, followed by drinks reception and formal dinner on the 8 March: International Women’s Day during this Year of Engineering.