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Tech to Celebrate International Women's Week

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Willpower and Grace

  • Students will enjoy a full body workout featuring a blend of exercise techniques.
  • Monday at 10 a.m. in the Young Ballroom
Miss Representation: Screening and Dialogue
  • Students will watch a film exploring how mainstream media under-represents women in positions of power.
  • Monday at 6 p.m. in the Doc Bryan Lecture Hall
  • Sponsored by the College Panhellenic Council
Salary Negotiation Workshop
  • Learn more about how to research comparable market salaries for industry positions.
  • Tuesday from 5:30 - 8:30 p.m. in Room 242 of the Doc Bryan Student Services Center
Women's Week Open Mic Night
  • Students will be able to participate with spoken word, music or poetry.
  • Email Suede Graham (sgraham4@atu.edu) to sign up
  • Tuesday at 9 p.m. in the Baswell Techionery
Sexual Assault Awareness & Education Rally
  • Students can participate in the Walk a Mile in Her Shoes event. Following the event, students can learn more about campus sexual assault awareness and available resources.
  • Wednesday from 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. at the Hindsman Tower
  • Sponsored by the Student Activities Board, Student Government Association and Jerry Cares
The Mask You Live in Screening
  • Students will watch a film exploring some of the challenges men face and ways society can be more proactive.
  • Wednesday at 6 p.m. in the Doc Bryan Lecture Hall
  • Sponsored by the Interfraternal Council
50 Shades of Brown
  • This program will take a look at biases and attitudes about skin color.
  • Thursday at 6 p.m. in Room 212 of Rothwell Hall
Women's Leadership Conference #LikeGirlSelfiesContest
  • Students are invited to show what they do like a girl on Instagram.
  • To be eligible to win $25 each day, students should use the hashtag #LikeAGirl or #TechWomensWeek
  • Contents runs all week long
Women of Arkansas Gallery Walk
  • View posters and learn how women from the state have made an impact.
  • Display available all week in the Doc Bryan Student Services Center Rotunda
Juried Student Art Exhibition
  • View art from Tech students showcasing different viewpoints on women’s issues, history, empowerment and leadership.
  • Display available all week in the Witherspoon Lobby
For more information about International Women’s Week, contact the Office of Campus Life at 479-968-0276.]]>