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Semester News

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For more information on our events go to our events calendar




Scholarship Application
Feminist Forums
Brown Bag Lunch Series
Visiting Scholars
Student Org Events - The Love Below
Student Org Events - The Vagina Monologues
Student Org Events - One Billion Rising
Honor Society

Film Series: 




Feed Your Body & Soul Women's Equality Day
Women of Black History Gender & Gender Identity Colloquium
Women's History Month Week Without Violence
International Women's Day

LGBTQ & Ally Awareness Month

Transgender Day of Remembrance

Annual Conference  I'm a Feminist: Now What?
Sexual Assault Awareness Month

 Women in Leadership

Denim Day  Title IX
 Gender Fair  Hands of Hope Collection Drive
 Book Drive  


Our electronic newsletter features various items of interest pertaining to current events, announcements, call for papers, and kudos here on the campus of Texas Tech University as well as the Lubbock Community. If you would like to be placed on our E-Newsletter mailing list please go to our home page and sign up.


Note: For other news articles about our program use the Press link

 How can I get involved?

For more information on our events go to our events calendar

What are students saying about our program?

Women & Gender Studies Southwest Regional News


Throughout the semester we highlight work by faculty, staff and students.


Event Calendar

News Articles

See Press link

Media Resources

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Media Request

Note: Because Women's Studies is an academic program we do not handle requests from media for commentary on public debates or current events outside our own planned or collaborative programming. For further details review our Media Requests page.


Other Events

A number of announcements and events can be found on other social media devices as well as our web site. We will update all sites as details become available.

* Note: If you have an event or an announcement you would like us to be aware of, send us an email



The Women's Studies Program builds community connections that enhance the quality of life for students and the community. It is our intent to increase partnerships with other campus offices, faculty, staff and students.

We will expand our community outreach, promote higher education, and continue to engage in partnerships in order to improve our communities and enrich their quality of life.

What are students saying about our program?