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The exhibition What I Know Now That I Wish I Knew Then presents a series of messages from the alumnae and friends of the college for the women of Douglass. Curated by Karen Cerulo, professor in Rutgers' Department of Sociology, the exhibition highlights words of career advice and reflection by professional women. It is a component of the Centennial Speaker presentation “Geek Girl Rising” by Heather Cabot and the Douglass Career Conference. More information on this event is available here. The Douglass 100th anniversary website is here.