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Women's History Month

Women's History Events

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...

Mutilated Males:  The Role of Women in the Greco-Roman World

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: Shifting Perspectives

Join us in celebrating Women's History Month with our 3rd annual collaboration event between Mary German and Student Activities. We are excited to bring in...

Skirt Length and Presidents:  A Woman's Right to Choose

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

Notable Women in History and the Career Pathways They Represent

Career Services presents a table in the 2nd floor hallway of WSTU to spread awareness of notable women in history and the career pathways they chose to follow.

Leadership Experience Summit featuring Hilary Corna

Leadership Experience Summit encourages students to consider their leadership potential. Inspired by the International Women's Day theme #BalanceforBetter,...

Panel: Images of Women in History and Literature

Part of Women’s History Month Series. Panelists from Southeast Campus’ English and History Departments will join to discuss areas of women’s interests...

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...

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...

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...