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Women's History Month Self-Love Yoga
March 2, 9, 16, 23, 30
7:00 – 8:00 PM
Join us for these ONLINE sessions over the fall semester as part of our #WellnessWednesdays series! Yin and restorative yoga poses will stretch the body gently. You might want to bring pillows, blankets, or rolled towels for the sessions. We will focus on the breath and find some stillness in this practice.
Hosted by: TTU Libraries
Zoom Registration Link
Credible by Caity-Shea Violette: Centering on Chronic Pain & Gender Biases in the Medical World
Living at the intersection of the opioid epidemic and #MeToo movement, credible is a one-woman show that follows the journey of a woman relearning how to live in her body after years of mysterious chronic pain, complex trauma, and over prescription. Credible intertwines humor and vulnerability to chronicle a decade-long discovery process from the inside out, illuminating the impact of gender bias in the medical system and emphasizing the life-saving power of having your pain seen and believed.
Hosted by: TTU Graduate Theatre Students
Music Crossroads of Texas: Celebrating Women's History Month
March 12 - Amanda Shires
March 19 - Women of West Texas Mix
March 26 - Women of West Texas Mix
7:00 PM on KTTZ 89.1 FM or Stream Online
Online Stream Link:radio.kttz.org
Hosted by: Texas Tech Public Media
Women's Voices in Undergraduate Research
TTU Library Room 153
Hosted by: STEAM Center for Outreach, Research & Education and University Libraries
Mental Health Panel: It's OK to Not to Be OK
SUB Red Raider Lounge
This event, which is also part of Diversity Week, will be held on Monday, March 21st from 12p to 1p in the SUB Red Raider Lounge with light snacks provided. Panel members include faculty, staff, and students from the Student Counseling Center, the Psychological Services Clinic, the Department of Psychological Sciences, the Staff Senate, the Office of LGBTQIA Education & Engagement, and RISE. The goal of this panel is to share advice from faculty, staff, and students and connect members of our campus community with resources to benefit their mental health and well-being.
Hosted by: President's Gender Equity Council Climate Subcommittee
West Texas Women Leaders in Public Service
Holden Hall 005
Hosted by: College of Arts & Sciences and the Department of Political Science.
Trans Day of Visibility: My Story, My Voice
SUB Lubbock Room
Hosted by: Office of LGBTQIA Education & Engagement
Phenomenal Women of Texas Tech
Have you been positively impacted by a woman on campus? Would you like to spotlight
her contributions to the campus community? We invite you to nominate a woman of Texas
Tech who has impacted and inspired you and our community. Nominees will be recognized
on the Division of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion's Women's Herstory Month website.
View the Nominees!