Dominican University presents a panel discussion, titled #IAMWOMAN, on Tuesday, March 23 as part of its commemoration of Women’s History Month. The virtual discussion, which will focus on gender-based discrimination in the workplace and in leadership positions, will be held at 2:30 p.m. Register at

The panel will include Dr. Christina Perez, chair of Dominican’s department of sociology and criminology and director of the university’s Latino/Latin American Studies and Study of Women and Gender programs; Dr. Precious Porras, chief diversity officer; and Radia Mchabcheb, a graduate counseling intern in the Wellness Center. For more information, contact Dr. Christina Perez at

About Dominican University

Founded in 1901, Dominican University is a comprehensive, coeducational Catholic institution offering bachelor’s and master’s degrees through the Rosary College of Arts and Sciences, the Borra College of Health Sciences, the Brennan School of Business and the College of Applied Social Sciences. The university also offers a doctoral degree in information studies. U.S. News & World Report ranks Dominican University #10 of all Midwest regional master’s level universities, the best value in the Chicago area and #1 in Illinois for ensuring the social mobility of its graduates.