Women's Studies Events
Since 1998 the Women's Studies Program, in conjunction with WSSA and other campus and community organizations, has sponsored numerous events including the opening of a Contemporary Goddesses exhibition in the Fine Arts Center, a lecture by Dr. Sethanne Howard of the National Science Foundation on 4000 Years of Women and Science, and our annual involvement with Take Back the Night, the culminating event associated with Sexual Assault Awareness Month which celebrates the triumphs of survivors and raises the community's awareness about sexual assault.
Beginning in 2009, the program has also planned a biannual Women's Studies Symposium that invites faculty, students, and community members to engage in academic and community-oriented conversations about key women's and gender studies issues. In collaboration with other campus and departmental programming efforts, the Women's Studies Program also hosts events for Women's History Month each March.
Be sure to bookmark our calendar of upcoming events and join us when you're able.