Some of the nominees for this year’s Women’s History Month (from left to right): Dr. Liz Arnold, Dr. Conway Saylor, Dr. Stephenie Hewett, Dr. Monika Bubacz, Dr. Katherine Grenier, Dr. Dena Garner, and Dr. Julie Lipovsky
“Always remember that a woman can do it! There is really nothing that can stop us, women, from doing what we want to do. Walt Disney said, ‘All our dreams can come true if we have the courage to pursue them.’ So, dream big, network with good people, work hard and never ever give up."
–Dr. Monika Bubacz, The Citadel School of Engineering
Some of the nominees for this year’s Women’s History Month: Dr. Liz Arnold, Dr. Conway Saylor, Dr. Stephenie Hewett, Dr. Monika Bubacz, Dr. Katherine Grenier, Dr. Dena Garner, and Dr. Julie Lipovsky
Women play a vital role in shaping the academic and leadership environment at The Citadel. The college’s outstanding female cadets and students, alumnae, faculty and staff, contribute to The Citadel, their communities, and the nation in a wide variety of leadership roles that include military service, educational programs, research projects, and civic service initiatives. The college continues to assertively recruit women who are leading students, educators and administrators in order to broaden the female population on campus and to continue fostering an environment that supports and empowers women.
In celebration of Women’s History Month 2015, the college is honoring female faculty and staff who continually excel in positions of leadership. To read more about these outstanding women please click here.
Megan Campbell is a graduate assistant in the Office of Communications and Marketing at The Citadel. She is currently working toward her master’s degree in secondary education with a concentration in English.