Women's HERstory Month

March is Women’s HERstory Month! The Women’s Resource Center and our campus partners will present various events throughout the month of March to celebrate women’s contributions to history, culture, and society, and highlight issues impacting women on campus and beyond.

Our 2022 Women's HERstory Month theme is Women Making Waves, which will highlight how women access, navigate, and excel in various forms of leadership in and after college. Check out our event list below!

  • Event Title
    Details
    Description
  • Margot Norton Lecture

    HERstory: Women's Leadership in the Arts

    Wednesday, March 2nd

    12 - 1 PM

    Zoom - Register on Owl Life

    The Zuckerman Museum of Art is proud to present HERstory: Women's Leadership in the Arts. The annual program offers lectures and interaction with prominent women artists, authors, curators, and artistic directors of various creative disciplines to our students and community at large. Margot Norton’s talk will focus on her role as a curator at the New Museum, and experience organizing the 2021 New Museum Triennial exhibition, titled Soft Water Hard Stone, co-curated with Jamillah James. 

    Hosted by the Zuckerman Museum of Art

  • Wednesday, March 2nd

    1:30 - 3:30 PM

    Prillaman Hall, Room 1001

    Join us to learn the five fun, simple, and powerful principles to help every child reach their full potential and take part in this strategy to support vibrant learning and brain development among infants and toddlers in Cobb County.

    Hosted by Children and Family Programs & Cobb Collaborative

  • Thursday, March 3rd

    1 - 2 PM

    Women's Resource Center (Carmichael Student Center, Room 164)

    Womxn and ___ is a monthly discussion series hosted by the Women's Resource Center to facilitate group dialogue about the many ways KSU women experience college life. This month, we dig into what "bossy" really means and how to practice assertiveness effectively.

  • Thursday, March 3rd

    2:30 - 7 PM

    Register Online 

    The program aims to uplift and empower rising graduates and young professionals by meeting IWF mentors who are champions in their career, provides an opportunity for IWF members to share their insight and advice with mentees to impact their professional decisions and life, and empowers young women at a critical point in their lives before they begin their professional journey.

    Hosted by the Division of Global Affairs & the International Women's Forum of Georgia 

  • Monday, March 14th - Friday, March 18th

    Carmichael Student Center, Room 267

    Come experience the Global Women Leaders Gallery Walk. See women who represent each of the 17 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals through their work and leadership.

    Hosted by Student Leadership & Service

  • Tuesday, March 15th

    1 - 2 PM

    CARC (Carmichael Student Center, Room 263) 

    CARC-Versations is a monthly dialogue series that offers a safe space for students to discuss topics related to current events and/or trends as they relate to their own intersecting identities. This month is themed around Women's HERstory Month.

    Hosted by the Cultural Awareness Resource Center

  • Wednesday, March 16th

    11 AM - 12 PM

    Zoom - Link on Owl Life

    Calling all astrology lovers! Self-awareness is a major part of developing one's identity as a leader and teammate. Using the guiding analogy of natal charts and the zodiac, participants will learn more about the relationship between self-assessments and self-awareness, as well as how they relate to the development of one's personal leadership philosophy.

  • Jasmine Wahi Lecture

    HERstory: Women's Leadership in the Arts

     

    Wednesday, March 16th

    12 - 1 PM

    Zoom - Register on Owl Life

    A curator, activist, TEDx speaker, and a founder and co-director of Project for Empty Space, Jasmine Wahi's practice predominantly focuses on issues of femme empowerment, complicating binary structures within social discourses, and exploring multi-positional cultural identities through the lens of intersectional feminism.

    Hosted by the Zuckerman Museum of Art

  • Thursday, March 17th

    3:30 - 5 PM

    Engineering and Technology Center, Room 104 (Marietta)

    Dr. Joanne Mei has a BS in Chemistry and a PhD in Entomology. Using those degrees, she heads the CDC's Division of Laboratory Sciences in the National Center for Environmental Health. Learn more about her when she comes to the Marietta Campus to present on her work and her experiences. There will be time to ask her questions at the end.

    Hosted by the Unity Center & Division of Diverse and Inclusive Excellence

  • Tuesday, March 22nd

    12:30 - 2 PM

    Social Sciences Building, Room 5074 OR Online

    Join us on March 22nd in SO 5074 (or virtually) from 12:30pm-2:00pm
    to learn how Radow College faculty are contributing to their fields!
    Join virtually: https://bit.ly/3sxIAPN

    Hosted by the Radow College of Humanities and Social Sciences

  • Tuesday, March 22nd

    2 - 3 PM

    Carmichael Student Center Atrium/Campus Green

    Tune into CCC's Turn-Up Tuesday events, held monthly in the Carmichael Student Center or the Campus Green, if the weather is nice! Grab some free snacks, free swag, and hang out or check out the playlist online. This month, we feature music from female pop icons!

    Hosted by the Cultural Awareness Resource Center

  • What Can I Do with a Gender & Women's Studies Minor?

    Wednesday, March 23rd

    2 - 3 PM

    Social Sciences Building, Room 2031

    Hosted by the Interdisciplinary Studies Department- Gender & Women's Studies

  • Q&A: Queer Economies and the Pink Tax

    Wednesday, March 23rd 

    3:30 - 4:30 PM

    Social Sciences Building, Room 2031

    Hosted by the Interdisciplinary Studies Department- Gender & Women's Studies

  • Thursday, March 24th

    12 - 1 PM

    Women's Resource Center (Carmichael Student Center, Room 164)

    “What Is ____ Anyway?” is a safe, open forum to explore the nuances of language and the experiences we associate with our words. Every voice is heard and valued as we discuss important topics, and challenge our own previous black-and-white assumptions. To celebrate Women's HERstory Month, let's talk about feminism - past and present!

  • Carmen Hermo Lecture

    HERstory: Women's Leadership in the Arts

     

     

    Wednesday, March 30th

    12 - 1 PM

    Zoom - Register on Owl Life

    Carmen Hermo is the Associate Curator of the Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art, at The Brooklyn Museum, in New York. She curated the Brooklyn presentation of Radical Women: Latin American Art, 1960–1985 (2018), Half the Picture: A Feminist Look at the Collection (2018–19), and Something to Say: Brooklyn Hi-Art! Machine, and formed part of the curatorial collective for Nobody Promised You Tomorrow: Art 50 Years After Stonewall (2019).

    Hosted by the Zuckerman Museum of Art

  • Thursday, March 31st

    12:30 - 2 PM

    Social Sciences Building, Room 5074 OR Online

    Join us on March 31st in SO 5074 (or virtually) from 12:30pm-2:00pm to
    learn how Radow College faculty are contributing to their fields!
    Join virtually: https://bit.ly/35qLkFM 

    Hosted by the Radow College of Humanities and Social Sciences

  • Women in the Construction Industry: Panel Discussion

    Thursday, March 31st

    5:30 PM

    Design 2 Auditorium (Marietta)

    Come and hear from various women in the construction industry on March 31st!

    Hosted by Kennesaw Women in Construction 

 

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