Throughout each academic year, the Women’s Center hosts a variety of events for students, staff, faculty, and community members. Most of our events are open to anyone and are designed to increase awareness and understanding of our community. For more information about upcoming events, check out our calendar.
WOMEN’S CENTER UPCOMING EVENTS CALENDAR
Check the calendar below for upcoming events and workshops to get involved and stay current.
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The Silent Witness Project is an exhibit in memory of victims of domestic violence. The Women’s Center hosts this exhibit in the Talley Lobby in order to increase awareness and education about the impacts of domestic violence in our community. Each life-size silhouette carries a plaque with the story of a person who was murdered as a result of domestic violence. NCSU’s Silent Witness Project is modeled after the Silent Witness National Initiative whose goal it is to eliminate domestic violence murders in the United States by the year 2020.
Join the Movement Peer Educators during Domestic Violence Awareness Month (DVAM) as they provide participants with introductory information regarding healthy relationships. Participants will recognize the differences between healthy and unhealthy relationships, know that healthy relationships are attainable and become aware of resources available in regards to relationship violence.
For more information, please see go.ncsu.edu/dvam
Join the Women’s Center in celebrating Love Your Body Day (LYBD)! The summit includes collective presentations from campus partners including Dr. Elizabeth Nelson in Women and Gender Studies, Multicultural Student Affairs, the GLBT Center, and more! The theme, “Revolutionizing All Bodies” is designed to provide discussion on navigating institutions which are not structured to provide intersectional care to all humans. Join us for just one session or join us all day!
This two-hour workshop is open to NC State undergraduates, graduate students, staff, faculty and alumni as well as interested members of the local community. The workshop is designed to help participants understand the ways that interpersonal and sexual violence are experienced by members of the GLBT community, reasons why GLBT people are less likely to report, and ways to support GLBT survivors.