Upcoming Events

The Women's Center hosts a number of events during the semester. Registration for some events can be found on ENGAGE@KU, links will be included when available.

Wednesday, September 1st

4pm-7pm

Boxwood House

Women's Center & LGBTQ+ Resource Center OPEN HOUSE!

Join us at our new location, the Boxwood House, for a "welcome" and "welcome back" open house! The campus community is invited to tour our centers, meet our staff, and see all we have to offer. 

Tuesday, September 7th

11am-12pm

Boxwood House

1st FMLA Meeting

FMLA, the Feminist Majority Leadership Alliance, is an activist group which focuses on issues such as self-empowerment, gender equality, freedom of choice, domestic violence, and sexual abuse. FMLA meets every Tuesday at 11am. 

Tuesday, September 7th

3pm-4pm

Boxwood House

Get to Know "It's On Us"

Come and meet the Kutztown It's On Us Chapter, learn about what we do, and find out how you can get involved to help stop sexual assault and make KU a safer campus. 

September 13th-24th

The Brass Rail Gallery, MSU

The "What Were You Wearing" Project

This project is a visual display of survivor's descriptions of what they were wearing when they experienced sexual violence. The installation asks viewers to consider the amount of self-blame that results from the question: 
"What were you wearing?"

Tuesday, September 14th

11am-12pm

Contact us for Zoom ID

A Virtual Conversation with PA State Representative Brian Sims

FMLA will be hosting Brian Sims during a general board meeting to hear about HB300, the PA Fairness Act. If passed. it "would prohibit discrimination against an individual based on their sexual orientation or gender identity or expression in the commonwealth, providing a long-overdue update to Pennsylvania's law." Rep. Sims will be answering student questions and having a conversation related to the bill's topic. 

Friday, October 1st

11am-5pm

Keynote 11am in MSU 218

Visit our webpage for more info, registration on Engage

5th Annual GSM - Gender and Sexual Minorities Conference

Keynote: Dr. Jonathan Paul Higgins

Writer and Social Justice Educator focused on Gender, Race, & Media. Dr. Higgins is a speaker, writer, and social justice educator who focuses on issues related to gender, race, and media. Dr. Higgins is committed to using their voice to highlight and bring focus to the issues that affect both the Black and LGBTQ communities at both a local and national level. They aspire to be an example to those who seek to change the way we discuss the Black, queer experience.