The #3Wedu Podcast #17: What is Systemic Change and Why Does it Matter?

We had the pleasure of meeting Kristin Powers at 2016 #OLCaccelerate last Fall. Patrice spoke with her after our #3Wedu panel session where she shared her experiences working in a primarily male tech community. Kristin shared a story about the success she and her current team have had making systemic changes to their organization that has led to a more…

The #3Wedu Podcast No 16: #OLCinnovate 2017 Re-Cap

On April 5, the women of #3Wedu traveled to New Orleans, Louisiana to facilitate roundtable discussions on ways to re-define education to support women in innovative contexts. If you haven’t heard about this, check out our last blog post about the #3Wedu Conversation at #OLCinnovate: News, blogs, and panels are filled with horror stories from…

The #3Wedu Conversation @ #OLCinnovate 2017: Redefining Higher Ed to Support Women

Yesterday (April 5, 2017), the Women Who Wine (#3Wedu) facilitated a “conversations that work” (roundtable) discussion at the OLC Innovate 2017 conference in NOLA (#OLCInnovate). The focus of this session was to discuss how we REDEFINE higher education to support women. For The #3Wedu Conversation: Redefining Higher Ed to Support Women, the two discussion prompts were:…

The #3Wedu Podcast No 15: Gender Bias and Sexism in 2017

During women’s history month, we’ve celebrated the women who successfully challenged the status quo, the ‘hidden figures’ we never knew were the real heroes and questioned why women still face so much discrimination and harassment. A recent article highlights the barriers women continue to face. Martin Schneider, a writer, and editor at an entertainment publication sent out…

The #3Wedu Podcast, No. 14: Gender Matters

On National Drink Wine Day, it only seems fitting to remind others to join us next week for wine and banter on episode no. 14 of the #3Wedu Podcast. During the first half of the podcast, we will connect with Ann Marie and Rich about their research on women university presidents. Does gender matter for…

The #3Wedu Podcast No. 13: Marching Forward

In order to truly reflect, we have to look in both directions. We’ve reflected on 2016 and during the last #3Wedu podcast we’ve talked about how to make 2017 healthy. Now it’s time to take action and march forward with purpose! Fast forward button by Thomas Harmel In the upcoming #3Wedu episode next Wednesday (1/25) at…

The #3Wedu Podcast No. 12: Cork It, 2016!

You know what… the #3Wedu ladies are SO OVER 2016. It’s been a full year of video podcasting, conference travel, professional adventures, and personal calamities. We’ll own it. But now, I think it’s time to bid farewell to this year and our first go at podcasting our conversations over wine. We are definitely all DONE…

#3Wedu Podcast No. 11: Women Advancing the Future of IT and Higher Ed

Tune into the ladies of #3Wedu: Women Who Wine in Education, keynote panel via a YouTube LIVE stream and twitter backchannel (#3wedu), discuss their experiences and recommended strategies for creating a culture that embraces women’s leadership in IT at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln IT Leadership Conference: Opportunity that Scales: WOMEN ADVANCING THE FUTURE OF INFORMATION…

The #3Wedu Podcast On the Road: Women Advancing the Future

We will be at the upcoming University of Nebraska-Lincoln conference, Women Advancing the Future of Information Technology in Higher Education, next week. If you are in the area from November 7-8. 2016, please join us and register for this amazing event. The #3Wedu: Women Who Wine in Education will be hosting a panel on Monday, November…

#3Wedu Podcast No. 10: Express Yourself!

My father always said, “it’s what’s in your head and not on your head.” This expression was often used as he saw myself or my siblings getting ready for school, and, perhaps, spending a ridiculous amount of getting ready to go out the door. Although, I know this statement to be true — I can’t…

The #3Wedu Podcast Logo

Thanks to our friend & fellow podcast, Kelvin Thompson (a.k.a. @kthompso) for creating the #3Wedu podcast logo. We think it’s pretty sharp, and we shall raise a glass to him for his fine design work. Cheers!

Elevate and Amplify

I ran across an article this week, and while the title is most definitely click bait, I was inspired to click. Because I’m my own boss of my own Internet. See the tweet here: Amplify. #3Wedu @tjoosten @laurapasquini @Profpatrice @nononi28 https://t.co/BRavYr1S4G — Jessica Knott (@jlknott) September 15, 2016 The article was about how women in…