Monday 1/30 and Tuesday 1/31 | 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM | Brophy Lobby
The 2023 theme for International Women's Day is Embracing Equity. We invite you to join our photo booth sponsored by Student Dietetics Association (SDA) on January 30th and 31st to share your #EmbraceEquity image, video, resources, presentation, and articles across social media using #IWD2023 #EmbraceEquity to encourage others to help forge an inclusive world.
"We can all truly embrace equity.
It's not just something we say. It's not just something we write about.
It's something we need to think about, know, and embrace.
It's what we believe in, unconditionally. Equity means creating a fair and equal world."
Tuesday 2/28 | 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM | BRC 122 Lecture Hall
"Celebrating Resistance with Resilience" by Dr. Carolyn Colleen | Black History Month Celebration
Viterbo University celebrates this year’s Black History Month by inviting Carolyn Colleen (Bostrack), Viterbo alumna, to speak about celebrating resistance with resilience. She published her first book F.I.E.R.C.E.: Transform Your Life in the Face of Adversity 5 Minutes at a Time in 2016. Carolyn Colleen is a fierce mother of three, author, international speaker, founder of Fierce Foundation and Acton Midwest.
This event is free and open to campus. No registration is required.
Tuesday 3/7 | 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM | BRC 122 Lecture Hall
"Haudenosaunee Daughters, Mothers, and Grandmothers: Healing and Lacrosse" by Dr. Sharity Bassett | International Women's Day x Women's History Month Celebration
Dr. Sharity Bassett is currently at the University of Wisconsin- Milwaukee as Visiting Assistant Professor of Women & Gender Studies and Manager of the American Indian Student Center. She has been involved in collaborative research with Haudenosaunee communities in New York, Ontario, and Montreal since 2011. Prior to that, she worked with urban American Indian communities in Denver as an activist and ally. Her manuscript, Haudenosaunee Women Lacrosse Players: Making Meaning through Rematriation, is forthcoming with Michigan State University Press. Prior to her current role at UW-Milwaukee, Bassett was an assistant professor of American Indian and Indigenous Studies at South Dakota State University, where she developed strong research ties with Indigenous partners at the Oglala Sioux, Rosebud, Standing Rock, and Sisseton-Wahpeton nations. Bassett contributes sound indigenous qualitative and archival research and methodologies, as well as a strong track record mentoring students.
This event is free and open to the public. No registration required.