Women’s History Month

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Unsung Women Heroes of UNCGMarch 1 – March 29Instagram @uncg_oie
Social media programming — students, faculty, staff, and community members can nominate an Unsung Woman Hero of UNCG that has impacted their life! There are 5 Fridays in March, so we will feature up to 50 (10 each Friday) women on our social media! Any additional nominations will also be featured in our newsletter
Spring Career FairFeb 28th12pm-4pmEUC Cone BallroomThe WHM committee will join the Spring Career Fair to highlight what professionalism looks like for women – specifically at UNCG. We will staff the table for blazers and various accessories
Tabling KickoffMarch 1st11am-1pmEUC Commons (main hallway)Join OIE at our tabling event to kickoff Women’s History Month! We will hand out flowers and we will be advertising our March programs!
Survivor Criminology Conversation with Dr. Renee LamphereMarch 12th12-1:30pmVIRTUAL
Teams Meeting Passcode: F97FH9
Sign up to join HERE OR reach out to Madison Bathke in OLCE [mlbathke@uncg.edu]
Dr. Reneè D. Lamphere is an Associate Professor of Criminal Justice in the Department of Sociology & Criminal Justice at the UNC Pembroke. Her areas of academic interest include corrections, mixed-methods research, sexual violence and victimization, family violence, and cyber and digital-media crimes. Dr. Lamphere is the co-editor of the recently published book titled Survivor Criminology: A Radical Act of Hope. This book focuses on the lived survival experiences of professors and practitioners in the criminal justice field. It examines how their experiences influence them as professionals.
Zen Den March 13th11am-1pmEUC AlexanderDrop by the EUC and enter into a temporary peaceful oasis with the Zen Den! Get ready to create your own slice of paradise with options like aromatic make & takes, soothing meditation, chair yoga, calming sounds, herbal teas, artsy painting, fun puzzles, and much more. You name it, we got it! Get comfy and let UNCG’s Center for Women’s Health and Wellness, HealthyUNCG, Spartan Wellbeing, SHS Counseling and Psych Services, and RecWell take care of the rest
WHM Astera TributeMarch 15th9am-3pmAstera Statue on College AveStudents will have the opportunity to place their purchased flowers around the base or the crown of the statue. We ask that all prospective student organizations gather around the sculpture in the final hour of the event for pictures, speeches, and celebration
Women’s Wellness Table TakeoverMarch 21st11am-2pmEUC CommonsVarious tabling done from multiple Women’s wellness resources at UNCG (Women’s Clinic, C&PS, HealthyUNCG, PHE, VACC Clinic, etc.)
OLCE Catalyst Day – Maternal HealthMarch 23rdAll DayOff-Campushttps://olce.uncg.edu/for-students/community-service/catalyst/
Women’s History Scavenger HuntMarch 26th11am-2pmAround campusA scavenger hunt across campus that highlights the history of UNCG buildings named after women. This hunt also includes modern women such as highlighting UNCG Alumni, current staff/faculty, and more
Women’s History Month SCOPE DialoguesMarch 26th 2pm-4pmEUC BirchOIE’s Kaleidoscope program presents a triple dialogue event for WHM! Come engage with others on a variety of topics related to women and social justice. Light refreshments and great vibes provided.

Is your student group or your department hosting an event for Women’s History Month? Send us the details so we can add them here and help promote your event! E-mail intercultural@uncg.edu

Check out some UNCG Women’s History here!