Eleanor Clift Discusses Women in Politics at Samford





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Published on Sep 23, 2010

Newsweek magazine contributing editor Eleanor Clift was on Samford's campus Sept. 20-22 as a Woodrow Wilson Visiting Fellow. She presented a lecture, spoke in classes and participated in various other activities with students and faculty. This video includes a few clips of her time on campus and a conversation with Dr. John Knapp, Director of the Frances Marlin Mann Center for Ethics and Leadership, about women in politics and what young women can do to begin a career in leadership.

For more information on the Mann Center for Ethics and Leadership, visit www.samford.edu/ethics.

Eleanor Clift also was interviewed on Samford's student radio program, Spotlight Samford. For the full interview between Clift and student Lauren Womack, visit spotlightsamford.blogspot.com.

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