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WVU-connected women address future of Title IX

 A female athlete that's part of the WVU track team is jumping hurdles during a race.

WVU athlete Ghamani Hogue clears a hurdle in the 100-meter event during the Mountaineer Classic at Mylan Park Track and Field in Morgantown, April 2, 2022. (WVU Photo/David Malecki)

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WHAT: The West Virginia University College of Applied Human Sciences to host a panel discussion on “Title IX: The Next 50 Years.” 

WHO: Panelists include Dana Voelker, CAHS associate professor; Nikki Izzo-Brown, WVU women's soccer coach; Meg Bulger, former WVU women’s basketball standout and current broadcaster; Natasha Oakes, WVU senior associate athletics director, and Meshea Poore, Esq., WVU vice president for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.

WHEN: Feb. 21 from 6-8 p.m.

WHERE: Kegler’s Sports Bar and Grille, 735 Chestnut Ridge Road, Suite A, Morgantown

NOTES: The planned panel discussion follows the recent release of the newest season of Time Out, a podcast from CAHS, which features discussions with prominent and pioneering leaders blazing trails for girls and women in the highest levels of the sports industry.



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