All posts by Andrea Schneider

Institute for Women’s Leadership at Marquette

I am delighted to post here that I have been named the first director of Marquette’s new Institute for Women’s Leadership. Here is proof that research can lead to action! The announcement is here.   And I’m looking forward to supporting more innovative, cross-disciplinary research and programming that I hope will make a difference on … Continue reading Institute for Women’s Leadership at Marquette

Israel Reflections–Final Thoughts…Leave with More Questions

Most of this blog post is from my colleagues Alex Lemann and Rebecca Blemberg who joined Natalie Fleury (our fabulous DR program coordinator) and me on the trip.  It was such a delight to have them with us on this great and educational adventure.  And, as they note, we are all likely returning with more … Continue reading Israel Reflections–Final Thoughts…Leave with More Questions

Israel Reflections 2019–Immigration, Racism & Refugees

On our first full morning in Tel Aviv, we turned to some (other) hard issues facing different parts of the population in Israel.  Our first speaker was Mazal Bisawer, a PhD candidate and student leader at Tel Aviv University.  Mazal spoke to us about the Ethiopian population in Israel—a minority within a minority—most of whom … Continue reading Israel Reflections 2019–Immigration, Racism & Refugees