100 Years of Women on Campus
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Program 2: Dr Anna Borg, Dr Josanne Cutajar, Dr Marie Therese Cuschieri and Ms Anna Fenech.
Program 3: Dr Tracey Camilleri (Engineering) and Dr François Mifsud (Education) - How to get more women into Engineering and more men into Education.
Program 4: Dr Marceline Naudi (HoD Gender Studies) and Professor Marie Therese Camilleri Podesta', FO Medicine and Surgery - Gender Mainstreaming.
Program 5: Professor Raphael Vella (FoEducation) and Ms Margerita Pule (Exhibition Project Manager) - Hors Concours - Women in Higher Education and exhibition commemorating 100yrs of Women at UM.
Program 6: Prof. Ing. Carl James Debono, Dean of ICT and Bernine Caruana with other MissInTech colleagues - Women in ICT and how to increase the numbers.
Program 7: Prof. Godfrey Baldacchino and Ms Stefania Agius Fabri - Internationalisation of campus with a particular focus on female students.
Program 8: Dr Anna Borg, Director, Centre for Labour Studies: Gender Pay Gap.
Program 9: Ms Mary Rose Bugeja, Ms Susan Garcia Imberon and Ms Josette Magri - The Demajo Sisters - Rita, Mary and Lucia.
Program 10: Professor Lilian Azzopardi, Head of Dept. of Pharmacy and Professor Jean Calleja Agius, Head of Dept. of Anatomy, Faculty of Medicine and Surgery - The Feminisation of the Medical Profession with emphasis on Malta.
Program 11: Rosette Fenech, SRC, Secretary General, 1971-1972; Louiselle Vassallo, KSU, First President (and other posts) 1990-1994; Rebecca Micallef, KSU, President (and other posts) 2014-2016; William Farrugia, KSU, Present President, 2018-; Anna Maria Darmanin, KSU, President (and other posts) 1991-1995; Women on the UM Student Councils - SRC and KSU.
Program 12: Madam Justice Lorraine Schembri Orland, Judge on the European Court of Human Rights. The first ever female judge from Malta on the ECHR. - Women in Law.
Program 13: Dr Fiona Sammut, HoD of Statistics and Operations Research; Prof Irene Sciriha Aquilina, Prof in Dept of Mathematics; Ms Danielle Martine Farrugia, PHD student and science communicator Dept of Pysics - Women in Science.
Program 14: Professor Sandra Dingli, Ph.D. (Dunelm). Professor at The Edward de Bono Institute for the Design and Development of Thinking, University of Malta - Women and Creativity.
Program 15: Professor Brenda Murphy - Women and the Media.
Program 16: Early education for girls and how it might affect their choices and, where necessary, what improvements could be implemented - Professor Mary Darmanin.
Program 17: With the help of recorded conversations with Dr Aurora Aquilina, M.D. (nee Abela) and Professor John Rizzo Naudi, M.D. (both Class of 1952) Patricia Camilleri will talk about some of the issues that the series has highlighted.