For Women's History Month Centenary College is adopting the National Women's History Alliance (NWHA) theme of 2022: "Women Providing Healing, Promoting Hope." As the NWHA notes, "The 2022 theme proudly honors those who, in both public and private life, provide healing and promote hope for the betterment of all." This theme aligns closely with Centenary College's commitment to pursuing knowledge, fostering compassion, and cultivating personal and collective responsibility.

Check out the events below and join us throughout March as we celebrate and reflect upon the contributions of women throughout history. Passport points will be offered at all events.


Challenges in Early Childhood Administration

March 10 • 11:15 AM • Whited Room 

Charlene P. Jenkins, MEd, the Associate Director of Infant-Toddler Programs at the Early Childhood Education Laboratory Preschool at LSU will talk about the challenges women of color face in early childhood administration.


Bi+ Health Awareness Month hosted by OUTreach

March 23 • 12 PM - 1 PM • CAF deck
Join OUTreach students to learn about Bi+ Health Awareness with a focus on women's bisexuality, and grab some goodies!


Gender Power Dynamics at the Intersection of Women's (Bi)Sexuality

March 23 • 6-7 PM • Online

OUTreach will host a virtual conversation with Dr. Michelle Wolkomir that will examine how dominant ideas about gender and sexuality impact lived sexual experiences and identity, focusing specifically on how women's bisexuality can be perceived and experienced. President of OUTreach, Jessica Cordova, will moderate.

Discussion will open with these questions: What do you think is the dominant cultural script surrounding how men and women experience sexuality? How do you think bisexuality fits into this cultural script? Why? Anonymous questions can be submitted here.


Women's History Month Trivia 

March 28• 7-9 PM • Kilpatrick Auditorium

Join Dr. Bethany Hansen and Diversity Committee to test your knowledge of women's history with trivia! Prizes and Passport Points available!

Reproductive Rights Panel

March 31 • 7 - 8 PM • Whited Room • Zoom Option

Panelists Kathaleen Pittman (Clinic Administrator of Hope Medical Group for Women) and Dr. Amy Friesenhahn (Assistant Professor of Political Science) will discuss recent changes in law related to reproductive rights and potential Supreme Court opinions affecting access to reproductive healthcare. For the Centenary campus community only.


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