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Women's History Month

Women's History Events

Women's History Month: Women You Should Know

“Nevertheless”, a podcast that highlights the women transforming teaching and learning through technology, commissioned eight female illustrators from across...

Women’s History Month: Exhibit

View the lives and accomplishments of 50 inspiring influential women on display who created a positive impact on society. Opening Reception will be on March...

Women's History Month: Healthy Brain Harmony

Did you know that your brain chemistry affects the way you interact with others? Learn more about brain harmony, the effects of abuse and neglect on brain...

Women’s History Month Recognition Notes

Campus community members can write a thank you note to recognize a woman in their life or throughout history who have made an impact on their lives. Writing...

Women's History Month: Book Discussion

Join this student led discussion on the biographies of influential women! Vote on your favorites to be selected for display in the library. Light...

Women's History Month: The Value of a Handmaid

A discussion on the Hulu TV show and book, “The Handmaid’s Tale,” highlighting the show’s depiction of feminism and women’s issues. Presented by Edwardo...

Women's History Month: Lean In for Students: How to Manage Your Inner Critic

Women often rate their performance and abilities at work more negatively that men – without even realizing it! When this inner critic is in charge, it can...

Women's History Month: Empowerment, Success and Healing for Women and Society Featuring Tricia Barker

Trinity River English Instructor, Tricia Barker is the author of a new memoir “Angels in the OR: What Dying Taught Me About Healing, Survival, and...

The Las Vegas Showgirl:  Capitalizing on the Female Body in Sin City

Faculty members from the Southeast Campus English, Speech and History departments discuss various women and their role in history and pop culture. Lecture by...

Women's History Month Empowerment

A viewing of 20 TED Talks for building confidence, leadership, and goals. Grab some popcorn and learn with us!

The Rise of the Chayil Woman:  A Look at Women from the Middle Ages to the Modern Era

Faculty members from the Southeast Campus English, Speech and History departments discuss various women and their role in history and pop culture. Lecture...

All American Girl:  The Politics of Race, Gender, Culture in the Miss America Pageant

Faculty members from the Southeast Campus English, Speech and History departments discuss various women and their role in history and pop culture. Lecture...

The Other F Word:  Demystifying Feminism

Faculty members from the Southeast Campus English, Speech and History departments discuss various women and their role in history and pop culture. Lecture...

Women's History Month: National Cowgirl Hall of Fame Tour

Experience the newly renovated National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame during this special event. The National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame honors and...

Women's History Month: Visionary Women - Celebrating the Music of Female Composers

Join the Collegiate Choirs, Chamber Singers, Trailblazer Vocal Group, and Special Guests for an afternoon of musical celebration. Admission is free.

Madams, Drug Mules, and Moonshine Makers: Women and Organized Crime During Prohibition America

TCC's own Instructor of History Stephanie Hawkins will examine women's participation in organized crime and how Prohibition will cause an inequality for...

Women's History Month: Women in Business

Hear from local businesswomen about their journey to bring their enterprising dreams to life! Learn tips that will help you start your own business.