Baylor University's Department of Multicultural Affairs celebrates Women's History Month through a series of events, recognizing the great contributions that women have made to our nation and our campus!
In February 1980, President Carter issued the first Presidential Proclamation declaring the Week of March 8th 1980 as National Women’s History Week. Each year after, the dates of National Women’s History Week, (the week of March 8th) changed and every year a new lobbying effort was needed until 1987, in which Congress declared the entire month of March Women's History Month.
Saturday, March 2
Multicultural Women's Symposium
Women's Herstory Trivia Night
with American Medical Women's Association
6:30 pm | Earle Hall Room 145
American Association of University Women: Lecture on Women in Academia
by Dr. Rosalie Beck of the Baylor Religion Department
6:30 pm | Morrison 103
International Women's Day Panel 2:00 pm | Mayborn Museum
Movies with MA: Captain Marvel Premiere
7:00 pm | AMC Galaxy 16
We're giving away 100 tickets - follow us on social media for updates!
ECS Ladies & Legos
8:00 pm | Rogers 109
International Women's Day Follow
@baylorMA on twitter and @baylorMA1845 on Instagram for updates!
Women's History Month Dr Pepper Hour
3:00 pm | Barfield Drawing Room
with representatives from our 3 coalitions: LatinX, Black Student Coalition, Coalition of Asian Students 6:00 pm | Bobo Spiritual Life Center
History Department Women's History Month Lecture Dr. Mita Choudhury: "Belief & Bodies in the Convulsionary Movement of 18th Century France"
3:30 pm | Kayser Auditorium
Bad Feminist MA Book Club Student Discussion
part of our ongoing semester book club
5:30 pm | Claypool Room
Movie Mondays: On the Basis of Sex
7:00 pm | Waco Hippodrome
Lunch & Learn
with Women's & Gender Studies 12:15 pm | Claypool Room, SUB
Start Smart Salary Negotiation Workshop
Career & Professional Development and Women's & Gender Studies 5:30 pm | Dennis Campbell Innovative Learning Space in Jones Library (formerly known as Jones 200)
March 28 & 29
Women Empowerment Series Conference: Learning to Boldly Equip and Empower Women & Girls
presented by the Diana R. Garland School of Social Work
The conference opens Thursday evening and runs all day Friday. Registration is $25, including CEUs.
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Open Mic Night & Movie
with Sundown Sessions 9:00 pm | SUB