If you are interested in being on the planning committee for Women's History Month 2017, please contact Sharyl Loeung.

Baylor University's Department of Multicultural Affairs celebrates WHM through a series of on-campus events.

Women’s History Panel
Thursday 3/5 6:30-8:00pm Cowden (3rd Floor SUB

As a panel of Baylor faculty share stories of influential women in history, students will have the opportunity to hear how these women have impacted the world we live in today. Panel members will provide insights on how college students can use their voices to support women’s rights. Free pizza will be provided to the first 50 students. This event is hosted by the Department of Multicultural Affairs.

Get Fit
Wednesday 3/18 6:00-8:00pm SLC: Room 308

Get Fit is an event aimed to promote and encourage women to become and or stay healthy during their years enrolled in college. There will be speakers and fitness instructors present at the event to help educate women on proper diet habits and proper exercise/relaxation techniques. Snacks and drinks will be provided, along with relevant health information pamphlets available to take home. This event is hosted by the women of Sigma Iota Alpha.

Lunch and Learn: Why we have too few women leaders
Tuesday 3/24 11:15-12:15 Houston (3rd Floor SUB)

A viewing and discussion of Sheryl Sandberg’s (COO of Facebook) TED talk on the lack of women in high ranking leadership positions. Free lunch will be provided to the first 20 registrants.

Rosie the Riveter Ice Cream Social
Friday 3/27 3:00-4:00pm (Teal Residential College Lobby)

A celebration of women’s roles in engineering. Enjoy FREE ice cream provided by the Society of Women’s Engineers.