Ruth Woodall will share the story of a Tennessee woman who is using her degree to fulfill her dream during the 2014 Woman in Chemistry Invited Lecture at MTSU starting at 7 p.m. Monday, March 31, in Cantrell Hall of the Tom H. Jackson Building.
The event, which is part of National Women’s History Month activities at MTSU, is open to the public. To find the event location and parking, a printable campus map can be found at http://tinyurl.com/MTSUParkingMap13-14.
Woodall is associate vice president for Education and Workforce Development with the Tennessee Chamber of Commerce & Industry and Tennessee Manufacturers Association. In another role, she is councilor with the Nashville Section of the American Chemical Society and 2013 recipient of the Helen M. Free Award for Public Outreach. A 6 p.m. reception will precede Woodall’s talk.
Woodall is an advocate for the MTSU Women in STEM Center and GRITS — or Girls Raised in Tennessee Science— program.
The Nashville Section of the American Chemical Society and the National Women’s History Month Committee are sponsoring the event.
For more information, call chemistry professor Judith Iriarte-Gross at 615-904-8253 or email Judith.Iriarte.Gross@mtsu.edu.