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:

Women's Mental Health: Is There Really a Difference?

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

18

The Hunting Ground

screening and panel discussion

6:00 pm

Kenan Hall, Room 1111

19

CareerFest

1:00-4:00

Burney Center

20

15th Annual Sherman Lecture Series and Panel Discussion

3:30-5:00

Randall Library Auditorium, RM 2047

25

Works in Progress:

Sexual Assault Case Processing in Canada and U.S.

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

31

Creative Writing Writers' Week Schedule

Clare Beams on "Women Who Write Strange Fiction"

10:00 am., Warwick Ballroom 1

31

Book Launch/Reading with Clare Beams

7 p.m., King Hall 101

Nov 03

Writing Globally Panel with Mei Fong, Chinelo Okaparanta, and Nina de Gramont

10 a.m., Warwick Ballroom 1

03

Lecture and Discussion with Mei Fong and Chinelo Okparanta

7 p.m., CIS 1008

08

Worth and Power Coffee Hour

9:00-11:00 a.m., Azalea Coast Room, FUU

09

Women In Business

6:00-7:00 pm

Randall Auditorium

16

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

16

Works in Progress

Dr. Shanhong Luo

Title: "Money and Romance: Gender Roles and Monetary Behaviors in College Students' Romantic Relationships"

5:00-6:00 p.m., BR Hall 106

17

Panel Discussion

Gendered Identities in Pakistan

Facilitated by Dr. Florentina Andreescu

3:30 pm

Long Leaf Pine Room, FUU 1041

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

13

WSRC Board Meeting

11 a.m., Bear 102

18

Collage Workshop:

Feminist Protest Art

1-6, WSRC

25

Raise Your Voice: an Open Conversation with Friends of the WSRC

10-12, Sharky's

25

The C/F Reading Series No. 9

with Sandra Simonds and Erin Wunker

4:30 pm. Azalea Coast Room (FUU 2001)

26

Harassment, Free Speech and Campus Climate: An Open Forum with UNCW's General Counsel John Scherer

5 p.m., Bear Hall, RM 102

30

Suicide Awareness and Prevention in LGBTQIA Youth and Young Adults

6:30 p.m., McNeill 1005

30

WSRC/Port City Super Girls Planning Meeting

4 pm, BR Hall 211

February

2

Intersectional Feminism Rocks

Workshop, 1 p.m., WSRC

7

UNCW Darwin Day

7 p.m., Cameron 105

8

Women in Health Panel

6 p.m., Randall Auditorium

9

Dean's Lecture Series

Richard Mizelle on "Sugar Diabetes: Medical Entitlement and Civil Rights in America"

7 p.m., Randall Auditorium

10

Applications for The Janet Mason Ellerby Women's and Gender Studies Scholarly
Award Due before 1:00 pm

13

Port City Super Girls Meeting

4 p.m., WSRC

16

Vagina Monologues

7:00  p.m., Lumina Theater

17

Chocolate Fantasy Wine Tasting

AAUW Scholarship Benefit

5-7 p.m., Nonni Bacca

18

3rd Annual UNCW Women's Conference

10 am - 4 pm

Fisher Student Center

19

 Vagina Monologues

3 p.m., Lumina Theater

22

UNC Wednesday

Dale Cohen on "How People Make Moral Judgments"

6 p.m., Wrightsville Beach Room, Fisher Student Center

22

Annegret Fauser on "Appalachian Spring:

Martha Graham, Aaron Copland, and their Audiences"

7:30 p,m., Beckwith Recital Hall

23

The Migrant and Refugee Crisis in Greece:

A Panel Discussion

6:30 p.m., 143 Leutze

23

Screening and Q and A on

The Last Barn Dance

7:00 p.m., Randall Library Auditorium

28

Showing of Embrace

6 p.m., Lumina Theater

March 1

Poetry Reading with

Jessica Jacobs and Nickole Brown

7 p.m., Pomegranate Books

8

Women's Empowerment Summit

9:30-4:00, UNC Pembroke

14

Bettina Love

Keynote - 11:00-12:00, Azalea Coast Room - A 

Community Workshop - 5:00-6:00 p.m., Wrightsville Beach Rm 2017

15

 Lisa Yarger on Lovie: The Story of a Southern Midwife and an Unlikely Friendship

7 p.m.

Pomegranate Books

16

Start Smart Workshop

3:30-5:30 p.m., Azalea Coast Room - A & B

20

Professional Etiquette Dinner

Sponsored by the Career Center

6:00 p.m., Burney Center

21

Showing of "Democracy for Sale"

And Panel Discussion

6:30 p.m., Lumina

22

Mel Stein

on Measuring Manhood: Race and the Science of Masculinity

6 p.m., place TBA

28

Zar: A Female Perspective Lecture Demonstration with

The Nile Project

2 p.m., Kenan Auditorium

29

Women in Education

A Roundtable Discussion

6 p.m., Randall Auditorium

30

Jill Filipovic

The H Spot: Happiness and Feminism

6:00 pm, CI 1008

April 1

Seahawk Preview/CAS Day

10-2, Across Campus

4

Chancellor's Distinguished Lecture Series

Christine Poon

The Priceless Ingredient

4-5, Burney

10

Dr. Dorothy Mosby

"Black is Black: Understanding Color Consciousness in Central America"

6 p.m., Cameron 105

18

A Community Forum:

Online Trolling & Internet Incivility

2-3:15 p.m., Leutze 141

19

Christia Brown

The Wide Lens of Discrimination: How a Range of Negative Interactions Similarly

Shape Children's Development

11 a.m., Wrightsville Beach Room 2017

19

Ash Beckham

6 p.m., McNeil 1005

20

A Community Forum:

Online Trolling & Internet Incivility

2-3:15 p.m., Leutze 141

May 4

Purple and Lavender Graduation Reception

3 p.m., Clock Tower Lounge, Fisher Student Center

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