Women's Studies and Resource Center

Women's Studies and Resource Center

Calendar of Events

Fall 2016

August 08

Academic Year Begins

Interested in Women's and Gender Studies? Contact Dr. Katherine Montwieler montwielerk@uncw.edu

10

Transfer Orientation and Advising

11

Transfer Orientation and Advising

15

Convocation

22

"Love Has Found You": Kathleen Madigan Art Show

Reception and Artist's Talk, 5:30-6:30 in Cultural Arts Building Lobby

24

Last Day for Registration/Last Day to Add/Drop

24

Involvement Carnival, 10-2, Across Campus

25

WSRC Welcome Reception

Bear 211, 3:30-5

25

Multicultural Student Organization Mixer

Warwick, 5-6

25

Thirsty Tome 2016: Celebrating the Craft of Memoir

with May-lee Chai, Garrard Conley, Dana Sachs, and Peter Selgin

Sherman Hayes Gallery, Randall Library, 6-8

26

Moving from Incident to Insight in Memoir and

Diversity in America, From Experience to Page

Fisher University Union, 11-12:30

26

WSRC Board Meeting

Bear 211, 1-2:30

September 01

Ephemera, International Women's Art Show, Perspectives in Collage 5:30 p.m., CAB Gallery and Mezzanine Gallery, Cultural Arts Building

05

Labor Day State Holiday

07

Female Future Professionals' Association: Attorney Roundtable 6 p.m., Randall Auditorium

13

The Refugee Journey 9 a.m-2 p.m., Burney

14

(Almost) Everything You Wanted to Know about Title IX with Amber Resetar, Esq.

Bear 206, 12-1:00

15

Graduation Application Deadline for Fall 2016 Graduate Students

15

Dean's Lecture Series

Tim Carter "Putting on a Broadway Show: The Strange Case of Carousel"

Cultural Arts Building 2033, 7:30

22

Nandini Rao

"The Vibrant Colors of the Women's Movement in India"

Bear Hall 206, 5:30-6:30

27

Register to Vote with the WSRC

Amphitheater, 11-2:00

27

Panel Discussion 'Your State, Your Vote'

6 pm, Morton Hall 100

28

Majors/Minors Fair 11-2, Burney Center

28

Andi Zeisler of Bitch Media 6 p.m., Lumina Theater

29

Why the Humanities Are Important for a Democracy

7-8:15, Wilson Center at Cape Fear Community College

30

WSRC Board Meeting

BR 102, 1-2

October 1

Seahawk Saturday

Academic and Student Services Fair 9:30-12, Burney Center

4

Dr. Sunshine Hillygus

7:00-8:30, Warwick

5

Women in Tech Panel

6 p.m., Randall Auditorium

6-7

Fall Break

10

Last Day to Withdraw with a W-Undergraduate Students

13

Works in Progress:

History, Practice, Women, and Mental Health with Dr. Sally MacKain

1 p.m., WSRC

13

Graduate School Open House

4-6, Education Building Atrium

14

Graduation Application Deadline for Fall 2016 Undergraduate Students

17

The Human Computer with Duchess Harris

6, Lumina Theater

25

Works in Progress

Title TBA, Dr. Babette Boyd

CI 1006, 12:30-1:30

25

Film Viewing: Iron Jawed Angels

Randall Auditorium, 5:30-8:30

26

Sharky's Book Club: Little Bee 4 p.m., Sharky's Game Room

November 02

Women in Business Panel

6 p.m., Randall Auditorium

03

Chidelo Okparanta and Mei Fong 7 p.m., TBA

08

Worth and Power Coffee Hour 9 a.m., Azalea Coast Room, FUU

16

Tunnel of Awareness 11 a.m.- 6 p.m., Warwick Center Ballroom

23

No Classes

24-25

Thanksgiving State Holiday

30

Last Day of Classes

December 01

Reading Day

10

Commencement

January

12

Suad Busnaq

7:30 p.m., Beckwith Recital Hall

Archived Event listing

AY 2014-2015

AY 2013-2014

AY 2012-2013

AY 2011-2012

Women's History Month 2013 events