Photos appear. Two women - one Black and one white - sing as they face one another. Then, a woman at a desk looks down at a piece of metal. On screen text. The performer who broke barriers for people of color in the world of opera. Camilla Williams. A metalsmithing pioneer who became a role model for women seeking a career in art. Alma Eikerman.
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Photos appear. A woman poses in a portrait. Later, two women stand beside each other as different types of plants stand behind them. On screen text. The educator who changed the way we teach children in poverty. Martha E Dawson. The creator of a campus garden who helped redefine youth science education. Barbara Shalucha.
Photos appear. A woman smiles at she shakes the hands of men in suits. Next, a woman writes at a desk stacked with books and papers. On screen text. A mother and hostess who nurtured a generation of Hoosiers. Anna Harting Wells. The nurse whose tenacity led to Riley Hospital for Children. Ethel P Clarke.
Photos appear. A woman poses in a portrait. Then, a gravestone with three protruding sides is marked with three names - Ellenor, Jennet, and Agness. On screen text. One of Indiana's earliest advocates for women's physical education. Juliette Maxwell. Matriarchs of the families that founded Indiana University. Brewster Sisters.
A woman smiles as she stands at a podium. Later, another woman walks to stand behind a different podium. On screen text. The university first lady who's empowering women through philanthropy. Laurie Burns McRobbie. The provost who's leading the I U Bloomington campus into its third century. Lauren Robel.
A woman walks up a flight of stairs. Next, a woman opens her arms as she sings. On screen text. The vice president who's expanding I U's engagement to all corners of the globe. Hanna Buxbaum. The rich and expressive voice who's inspiring the next generation of performers. Marietta Simpson.
A woman smiles in front of Showalter Fountain. Then, a woman poses as students wearing T-shirts reading, "Student Trainer" stand along side her. On screen text. The curator who collects art for campus atriums, hallways, classrooms and courtyards. Sherry Rouse. The scientist who's improving health through community-engaged research. NiCole Keith.
A young woman sits at the head of a table surrounded by other young women. On screen text. The student body president who fights for student voices to be heard. Isabel Mishkin.
A woman paints on a board in a black and white photo. Later, a young woman paints in a color, modern-day photo. On screen text. Past and present. Hoosier women built Indiana University.
On screen text. Indiana University. I U dot, E D U.