Women's and Gender Studies
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Past Events 2010
Eating Disorder Awareness Event: Co-sponsored by the Counseling and Psychological Services Center and WGS
March 3, 11 am--1 pm, Student Center Pit
"Outsmart Your Brain" presentation by Marcia Reynolds - Co-sponsored by the Women's Professional Network and WGS
March 4, 10 am--12 pm, Student Center Ballroom
"Women of Note: A Celebration of Women Composers " concert in collaboration with the College of Fine and Performing Arts: Thursday, March 4, 2010
"When the Child Cries", a play by Leroy Harris: performances March 19 and 20
Writing Women Back Into History - March 25th in Bozorth Auditorium, 9:30 – 11 a.m. Classes welcome: In the 1910s and ‘20s, The Little Review was the most influential art and literary magazine in the world. “Beyond Imagining,” the Academy Award-nominated short film will be screened by documentary filmmaker Wendy Weinberg. She’ll discuss the literary and historical importance of the magazine and of Margaret Anderson, its founder, editor, and publisher. There will also be plenty of interesting filmmaking experiences to share.
Sponsored by the Women’s and Gender Studies Program- For additional info. contact: Deb Martin, Writing Arts email@example.com or 856.256.4376
"The Vagina Monologues" Monday, March 29th at 9pm in the Pit. We will be accepting donations for women's charities locally and around the world.
April 14: Dean Carol Sharp of the College of Education: Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway. 2 pm. Student Center Rm. 221.
NJ Women's & Gender Studies Consortium
Presidential Lecture Series: Gail Collins