Claremont McKenna College

September 11, 91

Vol. 07 , No. 01   

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Female Leadership in the USSR

The Women's Forum is pleased to welcome Olga Zatsepina to give a short presentation on her life at a special tea. Originally from Sakhalin, USSR, Zatsepina studied English at the Maurice Thorez Institute of Foreign Languages, which is now the Moscow State Linguistics University. She has been teaching English in the chemistry department at Moscow State University while doing post-graduate work in the linguistics department. She is writing her Ph.D. dissertation on the Historical Study of Synonyms in Chemical Terminology. The tea will begin at 4:00 p.m. We invite you to attend and discuss Mrs. Zatsepina's life and aspirations.

Marian Miner Cook Athenaeum

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