Women's History Month

STCC is proud to offer a number of thought-provoking events to honor our sisters and mothers and the contributions women have made to our society.

We The Women

Date: Friday, March 4, 2022
Time: 12:15 p.m
Location: Zoom
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Join us as we welcome Darleen Buttrick, the Director of Engineering and Capital Projects for the Springfield Water and Sewer Commission, an independent public water utility serving 250,000 people in the Lower Pioneer Valley. Darleen joined the Commission in 2021 and is the first woman to hold a leadership position within the Commission’s Engineering Department.

Sponsored by the STCC Office of Community Engagement.

Café con Leche

Date: March 8, 2022
Time: 2:00 p.m.
Location: Zoom
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Join Irisneri Alicea Flores, Genealogista/Genealogist & Founder of Descubre tu Historia! After a twenty-year career in Human Resources, Irisneri decided to pursue her true passion of Genealogy and helping Latinos/Latinas/LatinX find their family history! Irisneri dedicates her life to empowering others by helping them connect with their ancestors and helping them heal through knowledge of their family history.

Sponsored by the Hispanic Association of Higher Education (HAHE)

Carberry Conversations

Join associate professor and Amy H. Carberry Fine Arts Gallery coordinator Sondra Peron and local artist Priya Nadkarni Green as they discuss origin stories, the impact of current events on the artistic process, and the function of art and photography during times of crisis.

Sponsored by the STCC School of Liberal and Professional Studies.

Date: Thursday, March 10, 2022
Time: 11:00 a.m.
Location: Zoom
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