Redefining Power–Female Entrepreneurship: A Panel Discussion is from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. in Halpin-Harrison Hall, Stimpson Auditorium. In honor of Women’s History Month, join a moderated panel discussion with Dr. Montressa L. Washington, Assistant Professor of Management in the Harry F. Byrd, Jr. School of Business and Co-director of Shenandoah University’s Institute for Entrepreneurship. Dr. Washington will be joined by local, regional and national female entrepreneurs who will provide insight on the challenges and rewards of starting, managing and growing a business. In addition, questions such as, “What, if any, gender issues are apparent when seeking funding?”; “How have you rebounded from any Gender-Discrimination problems prevalent in the business environment?”; and “How do you define success in Women’s Entrepreneurship?” will be asked of the panelists. This is a free event and is open to the public. All Women’s History Month events have been sponsored by Shenandoah’s Departments of Gender & Women’s Studies, Public Health, English, Languages & Cultural Studies, Film Studies, and Mass Communication, as well as by the Mosaic Center for Diversity, McCormick Civil War Institute and the Willa Cather Endowment. For more information, contact Montressa Washington at firstname.lastname@example.org.