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Women's History Month

Women's History Events

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Too many hats weighing you down? Join the TCC Counselors for conversations about the many hats we wear, its effects on our mental health, and the importance...

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From past, present, and future, students will have the opportunity to hear from panelists as they discuss women’s resilience in leadership. The esteemed...

Women’s Health Resource Fair

Come join us at the Women’s Health Resource Fair. The resource fair is in affiliation with Women’s History Month. Visit us and grab relevant information and...

EmpowerHER in STEM

Join us for an inspiring webinar that features women who have defied stereotypes and shattered glass ceilings in the STEM industry! This event will be a...

3/20 12pm
Virtual Event
Women's History Month

Students are invited to learn about the history of women’s suffrage. Campus and community resources will be available with nonpartisan information about...

Barbie written in pink on a black background.

Come explore the world of Barbie and her friends to discuss important topics in women’s history. Free food and giveaways included!

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The upcoming Lunch and Learn event is focused on Women in Healthcare. It is an amazing opportunity to learn from leaders in the healthcare industry about...

Discovering Who I Am

Come and discover who you are through a variety of assessment tools that help you identify your strengths, skills, values, abilities, and interests.

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You’re invited! Please join us for lunch and an insightful leadership discussion. Let’s honor our women leaders in STEM during Women’s History Month. We'll...

Women in Leadership Lunch and Learn

Come join us for a panel discussion on Women in Leadership as we celebrate Women's History Month. We will be hosting Dr. Lisa Ulhir, Dr. Ana Contreras, Dr....

Rachel’s Story: Slavery and Home on a Texas Plantation

Dr. Whitney Stewart (University of Texas at Dallas), will be presenting a Women’s History Month lecture, “Rachel’s Story: Slavery and Home on a Texas...

Good Girls Go to War

Entertaining the American Military in World War II - Dr. Kara Dixon Vuic on the women who worked with the Red Cross in WWII.