Cronkite School partners with The 19th* for hybrid summit, The 19th Represents, 50 Years of Title IX

The Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University is collaborating with The 19th* to “The 19th represents 50 years of Title IX.”

This year’s Hybrid Summit, live-streamed June 15-17 in DC, will feature topical conversations about the landmark Gender Equality Act and the progress made since then on gender equality in higher education, athletics, offer to STEM subjects and the workforce. Attendees include Jessica Berman, commissioner of the National Women’s Soccer League; Kate Calvin, Ph.D, Chief Scientist and NASA Chief Climate Advisor; Jennifer Doudna, Ph.D., Nobel Prize-winning biochemist and co-founder of CRISPR; Grammy-nominated singer Jewel and more.

Cronkite School will serve as the academic partner for the event, working with The 19th* to produce content celebrating the 50th anniversary of Title IX. The 19th* is the country’s premier nonprofit newsroom at the intersection of gender, politics and politics.

“Cronkite is thrilled to be the academic partner for this extremely important Title IX 50th Anniversary event and to work to advance the discussion on gender equality. We teach our sports journalism students to think outside the box, find the stories that really make a difference and understand the role of sport in society. Stories surrounding Title IX and its implications are exactly the kind of reporting we expect from our students,” said Brett Kurland, Associate Dean of Education and Partnerships at Cronkite School.

“Fifty years on from Title IX, it is imperative that we not only examine and celebrate its impact, but also take stock of how far we still have to go to achieve true gender justice,” said Emily Ramshaw, co-founder and CEO of The 19th. “We’re thrilled to not only make room for these important conversations, but to be able to come together safely and in person for the first time since the launch of The 19th.”

button Speakers and performers include:

  • US Senator Elizabeth Warren | Democrat, Massachusetts
  • Jessica Berman | Commissioner, National Women’s Soccer League
  • Kate Calvin, Ph.D. | Chief Scientist and Chief Climate Advisor, NASA
  • Jennifer Doudna, Ph.D. | Nobel Prize winner in biochemistry and co-founder of CRISPR
  • jewel | Grammy-nominated singer, songwriter, and mental health advocate
  • Nicole Lynn Lewis | Founder and CEO, Generation Hope
  • US Representative Nancy Mace | Republican, South Carolina
  • MILK | singer and songwriter
  • Ann Olivarius, DPhil | Plaintiff in Alexander v. Yale and attorney and founding partner, McAllister Olivarius
  • Candace Parker | Reigning WNBA Champion; Forward, Chicago Sky
  • Maya Satya Reddy | Former professional golfer and founder of the Queer Asian Social Club
  • Maya Wiley | President and CEO, The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights

To register for Hybrid Summit 2022 and view more details about this year’s program visit

About Cronkite School
Widely recognized as one of the nation’s premier professional journalism programs, the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University has received international recognition for its innovative use of the “teaching hospital” model. Rooted in the time-honored values ​​that characterize its namesake – accuracy, responsibility, objectivity, integrity – the school promotes journalistic excellence and ethics both in the classroom and in its 13 professional programs that fully immerse students in the practice of journalism and related fields to let. Arizona PBS, one of the nation’s largest public television networks, is part of Cronkite, making it the largest journalism school-run media company in the world. Learn more at

About the 19th
The 19th is a non-profit newsroom whose mission is to empower those we serve — particularly women, women of color and the LGBTQ+ community — with the information, resources and community they need to be equal participants in our democracy to be.

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