Alumnae Life at ASCScottie Book Month 2012
Now in its fourth year, Scottie Book Month connects alumnae from across the country with first-year students by sharing the experience of common reading.
This year’s book is The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks by Rebecca Skloot. This exciting but controversial story details how one woman’s cancer cells have gone on to contribute toward scientific research long after her death and without her permission. Meet alumnae in your area by participating in a Scottie Book Month discussion close to home. Search for locations here. If you have any questions or would like to R.S.V.P., contact the Office of Alumnae Relations at email@example.com or 404.471.6323.Connect with Agnes Scott Alumnae
Put your Agnes Scott connections to work! Join the Career Network and make career connections with alumnae all over the world. Join today by logging into Alumnet
and clicking the link to join. Using this secure service, you choose how you would like to be contacted and what information is available for others to view. Activate your career profile to extend the power of the Agnes Scott network! To retrieve your username, password or ID number, please contact Naylene Felt at firstname.lastname@example.org
or 404 471-6374.The Alumnae Association is on Facebook! Click here
to view our page and become a fan! Check the page often for updates on college news, events, and photo albums.
The Agnes Scott Alumnae Association’s mission is to promote partnership between alumnae and the college by:
- Providing opportunities for continued intellectual growth
- Strengthening bonds and understanding in a diverse alumnae community and
- Advocating increased alumnae engagement with the college
The Office of Alumnae Relations supports the college and the association by providing services and programming for alumnae.