Events

WGS Events Archive

Spring 2013

couple reading

Read OUTLoud Exhibit in Multicultural Resource Center
March 11th through May 10th, 2013
EUC Multicultural Resource Center

Coordinated by WGS Library Intern, April Parker

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Career Services Workshop on Networking for WGS Students
Tuesday March 26th, 2013, 4pm
WGS Conference Room, 338 Curry

Come learn how to make the most of the SEWSA conference and other large events!

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place of rage flyer

Film Showing: "Place of Rage"
Wednesday, March 27th, 2013, 7:30pm
Curry Auditorium (225 Curry)

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To view the trailer >>>

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couple reading

Artists' Talk & Reception:
Read OUTLoud Exhibit

Wednesday April 3rd, 2013 - 3pm-4pm
EUC Multicultural Resource Center

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SEWSA 2013 logo

SEWSA 2013: Outrage! Discourses, Practices, and Politics of Protest and Social Transformation
Thursday April 18th-Saturday April 20th, 2013
Elliott University Center (EUC), UNCG

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Invitation

RSVP Required >>>

WGS Annual Graduation Ceremony & Reception

Wednesday May 1st, 2013

1pm-2pm - Graduation & Award Ceremony, Curry Auditorium (225 Curry)
2:30pm-3:30pm - Reception at Interfaith Campus Ministries Meeting Room (near Walker Parking Deck, corner of Walker Ave & Stirling St.)

RSVP Required >>>

career services

Career Services Info Session
for WGS & AFS Grad & Undergrad Students

Tuesday, February 5th, 2013, 4pm
WGS Conference Room, 338 Curry

Come learn what Career Services can do for you!

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woodworth flyer

Linda Arnold Carlisle Research Grant Recipient Christine Woodworth on...
"From Pantomime to Propaganda: The Activist Work of Actress Kitty Marion"


Wednesday, February 13th, 2013, 4:30-6pm
Macdonald Center (231 Curry)

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WGS Salon
Trans 102: Being a Trans Ally

Friday February 15th, 2013 at 1pm

334 Curry

zin workshop flyer

2/28: WGS Zine Workshop

4pm-6pm

WGS Library, 338 Curry

Diane Whaley

Guest Lecture by Dr. Diane Whaley
"The Role of the Self in Women's Exercise Behavior"
Linda Arnold Carlisle Professorship Lecture & Reception

Friday March 1st, 2013, 2pm-4pm
EUC, Claxton Room

Dr. Diane Whaley is a Professor in Educational Psychology/Applied Developmental Sciences in the Curry School. She teaches courses in sport and exercise psychology, motivation, and lifespan development. She is the Director of the Lifetime Physical Activity program, overseeing 35 sport and activity classes each semester that serve about 600 students. She also serves as the Co-Chair of the Curry Diversity Committee and is on the UVA Women's Center Advisory Council. She earned her doctorate in Exercise and Sport Sciences at Oregon State University after receiving her Masters and Bachelors degrees from the University of Rhode Island. Dr. Whaley's research explores how social, cognitive, and affective factors influence exercise participation and adherence across the life span, and how individual differences like age, gender, and race impact those decisions. She is particularly interested in issues of identity and self, including views we have of ourselves in the present and views of ourselves in the future ("possible selves"). She works extensively in her local community to develop effective strategies to encourage healthy eating and a physically active lifestyle for individuals and their families. Diane was an active sport participant through high school and college and has remained active, although the focus of her activity has shifted to non-sport activities like hiking, gardening, and kayaking.

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Pursuing Trayvon Martin: The Specter of White Supremacy in the Era of Obama
Monday, March 4th, 2013, 3pm
UNCG Alumni House

Co-Sponsored with African American Studies, Black Faculty & Staff Association, Office of Multi-cultural Affairs, Philosophy, Religious Studies, Neo-Black Society & Women's & Gender Studies

Charlotte Bunch

"Women's Human Rights Globally: A Retrospective 20 Years After the UN World Conferences in Vienna, Cairo and Beijing."

Charlotte Bunch
Duncan Women's History Lecture


Tuesday March 19th, 2013, 4pm
Virgina Dare Room, Alumni House

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SEWSA Conference:
Info Sessions for Volunteers

Volunteer and you can attend this event for FREE!

Interest Meeting Times:
Thursday March 21st at 1pm
Thursday April 4th at 4pm
WGS Conference Room, 338 Curry
*come to either meeting, not both

(Must be available to volunteer April 18th-20th)

Volunteer and you can attend this amazing conference for FREE!

For more info Contact:
Lauren at lapereir@uncg.edu
or Desi at dtself@uncg.edu

More about the conference >>>

panelWorkshop on Preparing to Present an Academic Paper at a Professional Conference

Monday, March 25th, 2:00-3:30

Who: Panelists: Dr. Bouchard, Beth Walker, Dr. Hunnicutt, Dr. Gill, Dr. Showden

Where: WGS conference room, 338 Curry Building, UNCG

For: Any gradaute or undergraduate student in any department who would like to learn more about presenting at academic conferences

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Fall 2012

Open House

Open House
Monday, September 10th, 2012
Please RSVP >>

girls inc conference Girls Inc. Conference
Saturday, September 29th, 2012
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  WGS Salon
Thursday October 4th, 2012 at 1pm
love your body week

Love Your Body Week
October 22nd - 25th, 2012

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love your body week

That's What Activists Do: The Projects & Commitments of Breast Cancer Advocacy
Monday, October 22nd, 5pm
Macdonald Center, 231 Curry

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love your body week

Southern Comfort (Documentary)
Tuesday, October 23rd, 4:30-6pm
Macdonald Center, 231 Curry

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fatal promises "Fatal Promises"
Wednesday, October 24th, 2012 at 6:30pm
SOEB 114
fatal promises "Who Controls the Ballot Box? Voting Rights in North Carolina"
Wednesday, October 24th, 2012 at 4pm
Curry 225

donagrant mccluney speaking from podium

WGS Salon: What Happens After the Election?
Thursday, November 15th, 2012 at 1pm
The Macdonald Center, 231 Curry Building

For more information on Southerners On New Ground>>

For more information on the We ALL Count Campaign>>

ENC

Equality NC Conference
Saturday, November 17th, 2012
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sewsa

SEWSA CFPs Due
November 30th, 2012

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