Barbara Morgan, Distinguished Educator-in-Residence at Boise State University and former NASA astronaut, will give a talk titled “The Sky is No Limit” at 7 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 23 in Wheelwright Auditorium at Coastal Carolina University. The event is free and open to the public, but tickets are required.
Understanding Diversity: Different Cultures and Global Realties
Join four panelists from George Gwinnett College, Georgia State, and North Georgia College discuss issues related to:
- Teaching and learning about how gender, global inequities, historical memory, and linguistic differences all determine an individual’s fate
- Teaching and learning in a multicultural environment
- Intersectionality between disiplines and countries
- Tolerance edcuation
Wall Auditorium @ 2:00pm
With Reception in the WRC @ 3:00pm
Are you a nontradiotnal woman attending Coastal Carolina?
Not sure what one is? Do you want to find out?
Then, please, come to our meetings!
The following meetings will all take place at the WRC:
September 21st @ 3:00pm
October 11th @ 2:00pm
November 15th @ 2:00pm
December 6th @ 2:00pm
We are looking for ideas/suggestions about your individual needs and wants within the campus community. Offer your voice, and let’s have some fun!
What: Women’s and Gender Studies Faculty and Minors Mixer
When: Friday September 3, 1:30-2:30 PM
Where: Women’s Resource Center in Wall 313
The Women’s Resource Center is hosting a series of informal brown bag lunch seminars covering topics of interest to the CCU community. The lunches provide opportunities to discuss hot topics, challenges, solutions, and to share ideas and inspirations. All CCU faculty, staff, and students are welcome to bring lunch and join us for the series or a single presentation.
The Brown Bag lunch series will meet the first Friday of the month during September, October, and November at noon in WALL 313.
Specific dates and topics follow:
On September 3rd, the topic is CCU policies that affect female faculty, students, and staff. Lamonica Yates (CCU HR), Charmaine Tomczyk (CCU Ombuds), and Haven Hart (CCU Dean of Students) will be there for discussion.
On October 1st, the topic is Domestic Violence (to kick off domestic violence awareness month) and Bevelyn Mitchell from the Rape Crisis Center will join us for discussion.
On November 5th, we have scheduled Dr. Kristin Bohan, a psychologist and founder of myTERMS, to discuss the impact of popular culture on girls.
Come and share lunch with your friends at the Women’s Resource Center!