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Women on Wednesdays
Jan. 28th – Feminist Majority Leadership Alliance Meeting
4:30 P.M. in Rogers-Stout Room125.
Jan. 28th – “The Campus Community Interface: Examples from Women’s Health” with Ms. Donna Noland (RNC, MSN, WHMP) and Dr. Katie Baker (Community & Behavioral Health)
12:00 P.M. in Culp Dining Room 3. This is part of the monthly Women on Wednesday lecture series. Light lunch provided.
Jan. 21th – Women’s Studies Staff Spring Planning Meeting
6:30 P.M Off-campus location.
Jan. 14th - Women’s Center Workshop
12:00 P.M. in Campus Center Building Room 220. Pam Murray, B.A., M.B.A., local artist and creative coach, is facilitating “The Art of Supreme Self-Care.” Reservations required.
Nov. 20th - Transgender Day of Remembrance
7:00 P.M. in Borchuck Plaza. Candlelight vigil and spoken word event.
Nov. 20th - Carry that Weight
3:00 P.M. in the Culp Dining Room 1 located on the 3rd floor by Max Carwile. This event is a conversation on healing and support for those who have been sexually assaulted. The conversation is open to survivors or those who care for or know survivors.
Nov. 12th - Gender Identity Guest Speaker/Workshop
7:00 P.M. in Rogers-Stout 401. Content TBA.
Nov. 4th - LGBTQ in the Military
7:00 P.M. in Rogers-Stout Room 118. Panel gives voice to veterans and current service members to discuss the former Don't Ask, Don't Tell policy, its repeal, and status of integration. Light refreshments provided.
Oct. 27th - Difference in the Workplace
6:00 P.M. in Rogers-Stout Room 118. Clifford Koen, Professor of Business Law discusses the state of legal issues surrounding disability and gender rights in the workplace. Light refreshments provided.
Oct. 24th - Goth Prom and Drag Show featuring Eureka O'Hara and Special Guests
6:00 to 8:00 P.M. in The Cave (Culp Center). Join us for a night of music, dancing, and live entertainment hosted by Eureka O'Hara. Celebrate Halloween and compete in the couple's/group or single's costume contest. Light refreshments provided. Part of Freaky Fright Fest Weekend. For more information, contact Eureka O'Hara at email@example.com.
Oct. 22nd - "Laying the Foundation for Your Creative Dream: Playing with the Powerful Energy of YOUR INNER CREATOR" - A Women's Personal Enrichment Lunch Break Seminar. Facilitator Pam Murray shines the light on your Inner Creator. Meeting starts at noon in the Women's Resource Center (room 220 in the Campus Center Building). See the article on page 2 of the Women's Resource Center's quarterly newsletter!
Oct. 20th - Stop Intimate Partner Violence
Noon in Meeting Room 6 (Culp Center). The sexual assault program director for Crisis Center Inc. of Bristol will lead a discussion on the difficulty of LGBTQIA reporting, how to train first responders, the statistics, how to help survivors, and other relevant topics.
Oct. 17th - LGBTQ in the Academy
11:00-3:00 in East Tennessee Room and Meeting Room 6 (Culp Center). Afternoon includes an opportunity for LGBTQ and allies faculty, staff, and grad students to come together socially and discuss issues, such as coming out during interviews and pro/con of selecting LGBTQ research topics.
Oct. 15th - Book Review Group
Discussion of The Museum of Extraordinary Things by Alice Hoffman. Meeting starts at noon in the Women's Resource Center (room 220 in the Campus Center Building). New readers welcome!
Oct. 9th - Coming Out Day Celebration Noon in the Amphitheater (Rain Location: The Cave (Culp) - Campus Pride March begins at 12:30 vicinity of the Cave Patio. 12:00-2:30 Squash Blossoms with musical performance spoken word event showcasing the wonders and despair of Coming Out. Light refreshments provided.