Francesca Grifo was one of four speakers during a Conference on World Affairs panel focused on women in the workplace. She is the scientific integrity official at the Environmental Protection Agency. (Maddie Shumway/CU Independent)
Francesca Grifo was one of four speakers during a Conference on World Affairs panel focused on women in the workplace. She is the scientific integrity official at the Environmental Protection Agency. (Maddie Shumway/CU Independent)

Conference on Word Affairs panel: “How Women Change Workplace Ethics and Culture”

A panel at CU’s Conference on World Affairs, “How Women Change Workplace Ethics and Culture,” featured four speakers on Wednesday — three of whom work in countries other than the United States — who discussed how women are treated in their workplaces.

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