Women's History Month events:

•            Thursday, March 22: Women Who Rock Panel Discussion 12:30 - 1:50, Charlton 101. All are welcome. Refreshments Provided.

◦              Join us in a Women's Leadership Round Table Discussion with Ashley Adams, PhD (Dairy Science), Clare Armstrong-Seward (Criminal Justice Program Chair), Latimah Clark (EOP Counselor), Yue Riesbeck (Academic Advisor), Susan Johnston (Director, CSTEP & STE), Chynia Cummins (LA/TET student) and Laura Pierie (Assistant Professor, TET Coordinator, Veteran Advocate) as moderator as we discuss life, work, and why Morrisville through the female perspective.

◦             All are welcome. Sponsored by the Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.

 

•            Monday, March 26: Film screening Blood Stripe and discussion following movie, 3:30 - 6:30, Spader 107. All are welcome. Refreshments Provided.

◦             "A Marine sergeant returns home after completing her third tour in Afghanistan. Unable to sleep, wracked by paranoia and anxiety, she carries unseen wounds. It is only a matter of time before she can no longer bottle up her trauma, and a boisterous welcome home party provokes her into an explosive outburst. Her husband is at a loss, and the VA seems to be an impossible option. When she has nowhere to turn, she runs deep into the woods."

◦             'Blood Stripe' Finds a Woman Back From War, and Still Fighting

◦              https://www.nytimes.com/2017/09/28/movies/blood-stripe-review.html

◦             All are welcome. Sponsored by the Humanities Department.

 

•            Tuesday, March 27: Celebrate Women, No-Prize Open Mic Night, 7pm - 8pm, Spade 107. Refreshments Provided. All are welcome. Sponsored by the Humanities Department and the Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.

 

•            Friday, March 30: Women's Coffee Hour, 9-11, Butcher Library Reading Room. Chair Massages, Comfort Pup and Learn to Crochet. Refreshments Provided. All are welcome. Sponsored by the Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.