The clues will be released on the days of the #popinpopup at 8 am, 12, and 3. Deadline for each day is 11:59 pm. Post your answers to Instagram or Twitter and tag @kates150th. You must attach a photo of your answer as proof. First person to submit the correct answers each day wins the daily prize.
While the onsite exhibition has brought together evidence of Kate Gleason’s life and work, there’s more to this story. There are many other items referencing Kate, however they could not be moved into the exhibition space. For instance, our College of Engineering is named in Kate’s honor. To bring together these items and to share them with our visitors, we’ll launch a scavenger hunt on Friday, November 20 where you can learn more about Kate through items on our campus! Follow @kates150th on Twitter and Instagram to participate.
Did you know that Kate Gleason was the first female bank president in the US without family ties to the institution? Learn more when you stop by the popup exhibit at the Saunders College of Business on Wednesday, December 2 from 11:30-1:30. Treat yourself to cupcakes and stickers as we honor Kate!
Did you know that Kate Gleason was a suffragist? Learn more when you stop by the popup exhibit at the Center for Women & Gender on Monday, November 23. Treat yourself to cupcakes and stickers as we honor Kate!
Did you know Kate Gleason designed houses? Learn more when you stop by the popup exhibit at the school of architecture on Monday, Nov. 30 for cupcakes and stickers!
Did you know that Kate Gleason was the first woman to enter Cornell’s Sibley College of Engineering? Learn more on Friday, Nov. 20 from 11:30-1:30 at the Kate Gleason College of Engineering. Stop by the 2nd floor atrium for cupcakes, trivia, and stickers! View a portable version of the exhibition to learn about Kate Gleason, visionary!
On Friday, Nov. 20 from 11:30-1:30 join the exhibition team and WE@RIT for Kate Gleason Trivia. Test your knowledge of Kate’s life and legacy. Free pizza & cupcakes!