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
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The Masculinities Project is a semester long cohort with the mission to understand the construction and impact of masculinities on individuals and communities. Through facilitated critical dialogue and action students come together to learn about masculinities, share experiences related to masculinities and envision a more gender equitable and socially just campus community and society. This is a closed cohort held in the Women’s Center.
Join the Women’s Center in a viewing and critical discussion for Janelle Monáe’s Emotion Picture, Dirty Computer. Prepare to engage in critical reflection and conversation regarding marginality and deconstructing systems. Topics and themes to be addressed include race and racism, sex and sexuality, gender, nationality, revolution, and more.
Want to hear the album, stop by earlier for a brown bag lunch and listen at 12pm.
The Department of Education recently released proposed regulations for Title IX, the federal law that prohibits discrimination based on sex. Widely used to level the playing field in sports, Title IX also provides federal protections for survivors of sexual assault and other forms of interpersonal violence. After learning about the proposed regulations during NC State’s Open Forum on January 7 (11:30am in Stewart Theater), come join peers and staff to learn more about how to submit your own comments, which are due January 28. After a brief overview of the comment process, Women’s Center staff will offer tips on how to write effective comments and attendees will then have the opportunity to work independently or collaboratively to identify impacts and work on drafting comments. Bring your laptops and your friends!
Join the Women’s Center and the GLBT Center as we facilitate a brief discussion on the Matrix of Domination as coined by Patricia Hill Collins! This event is designed to question our thinking, cultivate community, and provide an opportunity to engage with challenging literature. We will explore the theoretical domains explore ways in which we can incorporate theory into our everyday practice. Open to faculty, staff, and students.