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TWU hosted The Public Voices Thought Leadership Program of The OpEd Project, a yearlong program designed to increase the voices of women in public discussions of important issues. Beginning in June 2012, the Department of History and Government coordinated four day-long seminars led by veteran journalists Katie Orenstein, Rose Aguilar and Cloe Angyal and supported by a group of notable journalists and writers, who acted as mentor-editors for participants. Between them, the three leaders have extensive experience in new media, social media, broadcast media and also traditional/print media. The OpEd Project presented similar Public Voices programs to women academic leaders at Stanford, Yale, Princeton and Fordham  in 2011. In an experimental effort to connect expert knowledge to action, the TWU Public Voices Thought Leadership Program included both TWU scholars and non-profit activists from the Dallas area as seminar participants. The seminars were made possible through a generous grant from The Boone Family Foundation and The Embrey Family Foundation.

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