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Podcast: Dean Pauline Hoffmann Discusses March Into Women’s History Month Bracket

In our March 2 podcast, Dr. Pauline Hoffmann, dean of the Jandoli School of Communication at St. Bonaventure University, discusses her project, March Into Women’s History. Patterned after NCAA March Madness, the project gives people the opportunity to vote, in rounds, from what starts out as a list of 64 women representing four different categories of importance: Advocacy, Business, Government and STEM. Eventually one of the 64 women will be declared this year's winner.

For more information, visit the March Into Women's History website or the March Into Women's History Facebook, Twitter and Instagram pages. 


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