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Science on Screen - Real Women Have Curves

The story of Ana, a first generation Mexican-American teenager torn between her mainstream ambitions and her cultural heritage.

(Directed by Patricia Cardoso, 2002, 90 min.)

Dr. Mala Matacin is an Associate Professor and the Director of the Undergraduate Program in Psychology. She has a Ph.D.in Social Psychology with postdoctoral training in Behavioral and Preventive Medicine. Her research focuses on women’s health (primarily issues of body image and stress) and women’s leadership. She is the founder and faculty advisor for “Women for Change” whose mission is to provide a space for education and support for women in regard to feminism and body image issues.

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    A former member

    Hey guys, have a good time. I've had two pipes burst in my house, so I'm trying to deal with a cleanup crisis and will have to save intellectual development and good company for later. Take care!

    February 11, 2014

  • A former member
    A former member

    Mala is awesome- I was in the Women for Change Calendar she did and she is so warm and friendly. Alas, I cannot make it on Tuesdays and hope you all have a blast!

    January 8, 2014

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