Female deans share lessons in leadership at UA-Fayetteville

3 at UA discuss leadership roles

Kate Mamiseishvili (center), dean of the College of Education and Heath Professions at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, speaks alongside fellow UA deans Kim Needy (left) of the College of Engineering and Lynda Coon of the Honors College, during a panel discussion on campus at Mullins Library on Thursday in celebration of Women’s History Month.
(NWA Democrat-Gazette/Andy Shupe)
Kate Mamiseishvili (center), dean of the College of Education and Heath Professions at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, speaks alongside fellow UA deans Kim Needy (left) of the College of Engineering and Lynda Coon of the Honors College, during a panel discussion on campus at Mullins Library on Thursday in celebration of Women’s History Month. (NWA Democrat-Gazette/Andy Shupe)


FAYETTEVILLE -- Women have played a crucial role in shaping the state's largest university, but women still face many challenges, according to a trifecta of University of Arkansas, Fayetteville female deans.

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