Gannon University Celebrates Women’s History Month

Women's History Month logoPosted: March 14, 2015

Gannon University is celebrating Women's History Month with a series of events to which the public is invited.
The month's events are designed to raise awareness of women's contributions to our community and beyond. "Gannon University, as part of its Mission, is dedicated to social justice for all, including women, is continually trying to engage the larger community in critical discussions on larger issues," said Carolyn Baugh, Ph.D., assistant professor
of history and director of Gannon's new women's studies program. She added, "We hope to see as many people at our events as possible."

March 14

9:30 a.m.-3 p.m.
Waldron Campus Center, 124 W. Seventh St.

Erie United Against Human Trafficking Conference

Holly Austin Smith, the author of "Walking Prey"
In conjunction with the Erie United Against Human Trafficking Conference

March 27

8 p.m.
The Knight Club, 162 W. Fourth St.

Katie Wirsing

A nationally ranked spoken word poet who focuses on issues including gender, love, sexuality and spirituality.

March 30

4-5:30 p.m.
The Knight Club

Tea at the Knight Club

Topic: Challenges and Strategies for Women in the Sciences Featured Speaker: Lisa Nogaj, Ph.D., assistant professor of chemistry Sponsored by Women's Studies and the Center for Social Concerns 

Gannon University Institute for Health and Cyber Knowledge (I-HACK)

Gannon University announces the launch of the Institute for Health and Cyber Knowledge (I-HACK).