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OUR EVENTS

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.

Jan
17
Wed
Lunch and Learn: Stalking Awareness Month
Jan 17 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

This training informs participants about the dynamics of stalking, and teaches them the red flags that they should be aware of. It also equips participants with tools and resources that they could utilizes, if they or someone they know was being stalked.

Surviving & Thriving as POC at HWI
Jan 17 @ 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm

Based on the 2016  Huffington Post article by Yareliz Elena Mendez-Zamora the Womens’s Center invites you for a centering dialogue to kick off the semester. Join us for an evening group discussion focused on supporting persons of color as we strive to move beyond simply surviving to a place of thriving while navigating historically white institutions.

Participants will engage in dialogue about what it means to be marginalized and othered within historically white institutions and work together to build community, connection, and raise scholarship in the face of institutionalized oppression. There will be opportunity to network as faculty, staff, and students as well as name your own experience of being “othered.” Wednesday, January 17th 5pm- 6:30pm in the Women’s Center. This program will require registration.

Jan
19
Fri
Feminist Friday Orientation & Interest Meeting
Jan 19 @ 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm

Interest & Informational Meeting: Feminist Fridays are student initiated and facilitated conversations centered on about topics of Gender Equity.

Jan
22
Mon
Drop In Counseling Hours
Jan 22 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Staff members from the Counseling Center will be able to meet with students without an appointment on Mondays from 2-4pm. Private rooms are available.

The Light in Her Eyes: The Intersections of Women, Religion, and Empowerment @ Women's Center Lounge 5210 TSU
Jan 22 @ 4:00 pm – 6:30 pm

The Women’s Center is happy to announce the third film of our Intersectional Film Series!  This particular event is a film screening and discussion designed to examine the the complexities involved with being a woman of faith. In our discussion we will work to unpack just a few of the profound intersections of Islam, empowerment, and resistance.  We invite all students to come and participate in our film screening and our discussion! We will watch the film The Light in Her Eyes and host a brief discussion after. We will utilize an intersectional approach to deconstruct the complicated and conflicting nature of women, religion, and empowerment.

Jan
23
Tue
Stalking Is Not Romantic
Jan 23 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Join the Women’s Center and The Movement Peer Educators to discuss the ways in which Hollywood has romanticized and normalized stalking as an act of love. Participants will watch clips from various films and discuss the ways that filmmakers have dangerously allowed their leading characters to manipulate, pressure, blackmail, lie, and persistently pursue a love interested in order to win their affection.

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Jan
17
Wed
Lunch and Learn: Stalking Awareness Month
Jan 17 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

This training informs participants about the dynamics of stalking, and teaches them the red flags that they should be aware of. It also equips participants with tools and resources that they could utilizes, if they or someone they know was being stalked.

Surviving & Thriving as POC at HWI
Jan 17 @ 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm

Based on the 2016  Huffington Post article by Yareliz Elena Mendez-Zamora the Womens’s Center invites you for a centering dialogue to kick off the semester. Join us for an evening group discussion focused on supporting persons of color as we strive to move beyond simply surviving to a place of thriving while navigating historically white institutions.

Participants will engage in dialogue about what it means to be marginalized and othered within historically white institutions and work together to build community, connection, and raise scholarship in the face of institutionalized oppression. There will be opportunity to network as faculty, staff, and students as well as name your own experience of being “othered.” Wednesday, January 17th 5pm- 6:30pm in the Women’s Center. This program will require registration.

Jan
19
Fri
Feminist Friday Orientation & Interest Meeting
Jan 19 @ 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm

Interest & Informational Meeting: Feminist Fridays are student initiated and facilitated conversations centered on about topics of Gender Equity.

Jan
22
Mon
Drop In Counseling Hours
Jan 22 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Staff members from the Counseling Center will be able to meet with students without an appointment on Mondays from 2-4pm. Private rooms are available.

The Light in Her Eyes: The Intersections of Women, Religion, and Empowerment @ Women's Center Lounge 5210 TSU
Jan 22 @ 4:00 pm – 6:30 pm

The Women’s Center is happy to announce the third film of our Intersectional Film Series!  This particular event is a film screening and discussion designed to examine the the complexities involved with being a woman of faith. In our discussion we will work to unpack just a few of the profound intersections of Islam, empowerment, and resistance.  We invite all students to come and participate in our film screening and our discussion! We will watch the film The Light in Her Eyes and host a brief discussion after. We will utilize an intersectional approach to deconstruct the complicated and conflicting nature of women, religion, and empowerment.

Jan
23
Tue
Stalking Is Not Romantic
Jan 23 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Join the Women’s Center and The Movement Peer Educators to discuss the ways in which Hollywood has romanticized and normalized stalking as an act of love. Participants will watch clips from various films and discuss the ways that filmmakers have dangerously allowed their leading characters to manipulate, pressure, blackmail, lie, and persistently pursue a love interested in order to win their affection.