Women's Week

Women’s Week 2017: Strength In Solidarity

March 10th - 17th

The events for Women’s Week 2017 will inform audiences about the unique issues women face in today’s society, empower individuals to work towards social change, and inspire action.

Tickets for the Annual Women’s History Month Banquet are on sale through the Student Organization Financial Services office. Contact Jeff at 402-472-5668. Student tickets are $20, non-student $30. Department and organization tables are also available.

Digital Humanities Student Association Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon

March 10
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Adele Hall Learning

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Wikipedia is the most used reference site in the world but lacks coverage of women's issues and distinguished female entrepreneurs, inventors, writers, and more! Join together with our UNL community and help promote the work done by women across the globe by creating Wikipedia entries
Women of Character, Courage, and Commitment Poster session

March 13-17
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Caffina Café Wall – Nebraska Union

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Join the UNL Women’s Center in recognizing the women in our lives who emonstrate character, courage, and commitment. Posters will be on display the entirety of March.
Women in Agriculture Panel

March 13
5:00 PM - 6:30 PM

Cottonwood Room – Nebraska East Union

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Join Sigma Alpha Sorority and East Campus Programs for a discussion about women in agriculture navigating through a male-dominated field.
Celebrating Women In Athletics Panel

March 13
7:00 PM

West Stadium Club – 3rd Floor

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Join us as we hear stories of leadership, courage and innovation from two former letter-winners, a current letter-winner and the Senior Women's Administrator from Nebraska Athletics. We will also have a special guest in attendance. Audience members will have the opportunity to ask questions of the panelists.
Women of Character, Courage, and Commitment Poster session

March 13-17
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Caffina Café Wall – Nebraska Union

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Join the UNL Women’s Center in recognizing the women in our lives who emonstrate character, courage, and commitment. Posters will be on display the entirety of March.
Women in Political Advocacy Panel

March 14
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM

Union Colonial A

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Interested in community organizing, advocacy, and action? Join the Women’s Center and the Lincoln Women’s Foundation for a panel discussing how women can get involved in political advocacy work.
The Bigger The Hair…

March 14
7:30 PM - 9:00 PM

Unity Room – Jackie Gaughan Multicultural Center

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Come learn about the various textures, styles, products and more for African- American/Black hair! There will also be a student-led hair expo at the end of the event showcasing how students on campus keep up with their natural hair. We encourage students to bring Black hair products to donate to UNL’s student pantry as well!
Women of Character, Courage, and Commitment Poster session

March 13-17
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Caffina Café Wall – Nebraska Union

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Join the UNL Women’s Center in recognizing the women in our lives who emonstrate character, courage, and commitment. Posters will be on display the entirety of March.
Staged Reading Festival and Tampon Drive

March 15-17
7:30 PM

Temple Building Lab Theater

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Theatrix’s Staged Reading Festival features plays written and directed by women that observe what it means to be a female-identifying person in this day and age. Several of these plays are written by students. Though admission is free, Theatrix will be holding a tampon drive at the door. All feminine products are welcome! Proceeds will be donated to the People’s City Mission.
Women’s History Month Banquet

March 15
6:00 PM

Champion’s Club

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Join the UNL Women’s Center as we celebrate the achievements of women on campus and in our communities! Keynote for the evening will be Dr. Abla Hasan, Assistant Professor of Practice of Arabic. For ticket information, contact Jeffrey Rech, 402-472- 5668.
Women of Character, Courage, and Commitment Poster session

March 13-17
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Caffina Café Wall – Nebraska Union

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Join the UNL Women’s Center in recognizing the women in our lives who emonstrate character, courage, and commitment. Posters will be on display the entirety of March.
Beauty Bar

March 16
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM

East Campus Recreation & Wellness Kitchen

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Pamper yourself with FOOD! Join us in the Wellness Kitchen in the Recreation & Wellness Center on East Campus to make and use face masks and hand scrubs made from items you can find in your kitchen! Cost is $5 to attend.
Staged Reading Festival and Tampon Drive

March 15-17
7:30 PM

Temple Building Lab Theater

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Theatrix’s Staged Reading Festival features plays written and directed by women that observe what it means to be a female-identifying person in this day and age. Several of these plays are written by students. Though admission is free, Theatrix will be holding a tampon drive at the door. All feminine products are welcome! Proceeds will be donated to the People’s City Mission.
Women of Character, Courage, and Commitment Poster session

March 13-17
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Caffina Café Wall – Nebraska Union

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Join the UNL Women’s Center in recognizing the women in our lives who emonstrate character, courage, and commitment. Posters will be on display the entirety of March.
Strength in Solidarity Panel

March 17
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Colonial A – Nebraska Union

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Join the sisters of Sigma Psi Zeta Sorority Inc. and the Women’s Center for a panel discussion about stereotypes that women of all backgrounds at UNL face. This is a great opportunity to hear from your fellow students about their struggles as women on and off campus.
Staged Reading Festival and Tampon Drive

March 15-17
7:30 PM

Temple Building Lab Theater

Read More About This Event

Theatrix’s Staged Reading Festival features plays written and directed by women that observe what it means to be a female-identifying person in this day and age. Several of these plays are written by students. Though admission is free, Theatrix will be holding a tampon drive at the door. All feminine products are welcome! Proceeds will be donated to the People’s City Mission.