International Women’s Day LIT

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LIMERICK Institute of Technology began International Women’s Day 2021 by raising the International Women’s Day flag at its campuses this morning.

 The flag raising ceremony was followed by a number of online events in recognition of the United Nations theme for international women’s day Women in leadership: Achieving an equal future in a COVID-19 world.

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LIT’s flagship International Women’s Day event “Conversations on Creativity during Covid” which is scheduled for this lunchtime – has been sold out, but will be available to view free of charge on lit.ie this afternoon.

At the flag raising this morning was from l to r Dr Tracy Fahey
Head of Department of Fine Art and Education Jess Tobin, Training Programme Coordinator; President of LIT Professor Vincent Cunnane; LIT Programme Leader Print Contemporary Practice and [email protected] Artistic Director, Fiona Quill; Dr Carol Wrenn, Equality Diversity and Inclusion Manager, LIT and Marian Duggan, Vice President Academic Affairs & Registrar, LIT.

At the flag raising this morning was from l to r Dr Tracy Fahey
Head of Department of Fine Art and Education; Jess Tobin, Training Programme Coordinator; Leader Print Contemporary Practice and [email protected] Artistic Director, Fiona Quill; and Dr Carol Wrenn, Equality Diversity and Inclusion Manager.

 

At the flag raising this morning was from l to r President of LIT Professor Vincent Cunnane and Marian Duggan, Vice President Academic Affairs & Registrar, LIT.