Herstory: Women's A Capella at Stanford

8:00 pm
On/Off Campus: 
On Campus
Public/Private: 
Public
Type of Event: 
Public Service
Social Event

Enjoy a night of beautiful music with Stanford's all female a cappella groups, Counterpoint and Shakti.

Enjoy a night of beautiful music with Stanford's all female a cappella groups, Counterpoint and Shakti.

Location: 

WCC

Herstory: Take Back the Night

7:00 pm
On/Off Campus: 
On Campus
Public/Private: 
Public
Type of Event: 
Public Service
Social Event

 

Join us to come together as a community to speak out against sexual assault and
domestic violence at this annual march and speak out sponsored by campus
partners such as the SARA Office and iThrive.

 

Join us to come together as a community to speak out against sexual assault and
domestic violence at this annual march and speak out.
Co-Sponsored by the SARA Office and iThrive. 
Location: 

WCC

Herstory: Women's History at Stanford

12:00 pm
On/Off Campus: 
On Campus
Public/Private: 
Public
Type of Event: 
Public Service
Social Event

 

Stanford Archivists share a visual exhibition and presentation on the history of
women's student life on campus, including photographs and artifacts from the
archives.

 

Stanford Archivists share a visual exhibition and presentation on the history of
women's student life on campus, including photographs and artifacts from the
archives.

Lunch will be served. Women's History at Stanford Exhibit will be open 10AM-4PM at the WCC
Location: 

WCC

Herstory: Keeping the Faith - The Prison Project

5:30 pm
On/Off Campus: 
On Campus
Public/Private: 
Public
Type of Event: 
Public Service
Social Event

 

Pat Graney shares about her arts-based educational residency program designed to
enable incarcerated women and girls to discover a sense of identity and to develop
that identity within the context of community.

 

 

Pat Graney shares about her arts-based educational residency program designed to
enable incarcerated women and girls to discover a sense of identity and to develop
that identity within the context of community.
 
Co-sponsored by the Stanford Dance Division, the Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education and the Clayman Institute for Gender Research. Dinner will be served. 
Location: 

WCC

Herstory: Maha Elgenaidi

12:00 pm
On/Off Campus: 
On Campus
Public/Private: 
Public
Type of Event: 
Public Service
Social Event

 

Throughout the ages, from the earliest days of Islam to contemporary times today,
Muslim women have been and continue to be active leaders in their communities
and countries across the world. Listen to the Founder & President of Islamic
Networks Group share how a directory is a growing archive of leading Muslim
women.
 

 

Throughout the ages, from the earliest days of Islam to contemporary times today,
Muslim women have been and continue to be active leaders in their communities
and countries across the world. Listen to the Founder & President of Islamic
Networks Group share how a directory is a growing archive of leading Muslim
women.
 
Part of the spring Violence Against Women Speaker Series. Lunch will be served. 
Location: 

WCC

Herstory: Women in STEM

4:00 pm
On/Off Campus: 
On Campus
Public/Private: 
Public
Type of Event: 
Public Service
Social Event

 

 

Society of Women Engineers shares what they've learned about what works,
and what doesn't, when working with K-12 populations.
 

 

 

Society of Women Engineers shares what they've learned about what works,
and what doesn't, when working with K-12 populations.
 
Location: 

WCC

Herstory: K-12 Outreach Workshop

7:30 pm
On/Off Campus: 
On Campus
Public/Private: 
Public
Type of Event: 
Public Service
Social Event

 

Society of Women Engineers shares what they've learned about what works,
and what doesn't, when working with K-12 populations.
 

 

 

Society of Women Engineers shares what they've learned about what works,
and what doesn't, when working with K-12 populations.

 

 
Co-sponsored by the Society of Women Engineers.
Location: 

WCC

Herstory: Human Trafficking

12:00 pm
On/Off Campus: 
On Campus
Public/Private: 
Public
Type of Event: 
Public Service
Social Event

 

Preying on the desperation and dreams of vulnerable immigrants around the world,
human traffickers lure their victims to the U.S. with false promises and tales of living
the American dream. Hear Cindy Liou of Asian Pacific Islander Legal Outreach speak
on how she works to end human trafficking.
 
Part of the spring Violence Against Women Speaker Series. Lunch will be served. 

 

National speaker, Kathleen MacDonald, suffered with a variety of eating disorders
for nearly 20 years before she undertook her "Journey to Healthy."
Lunch will be served.
Location: 

WCC

Herstory: Mentorship 101

12:00 pm
On/Off Campus: 
On Campus
Public/Private: 
Public
Type of Event: 
Public Service
Social Event

 

Marlene Stern will discuss why mentors are important, how connecting with
Stanford alumni might change your life, and how simple it is to find one.

 

Marlene Stern will discuss why mentors are important, how connecting with
Stanford alumni might change your life, and how simple it is to find one.
 
Lunch will be served.
Location: 

WCC

Herstory: Gender Non-Conformity

11:30 am
On/Off Campus: 
On Campus
Public/Private: 
Public
Type of Event: 
Public Service
Social Event

 

Come to a panel discussion on gender nonconformity: what it is, what other people’s
experiences are like, and how to celebrate it. Open to all identities.
 

 

Come to a panel discussion on gender nonconformity: what it is, what other people’s
experiences are like, and how to celebrate it. Open to all identities

Co-sponsored by LGBT Community Resources Center QuEST. Lunch Provided.

Location: 

WCC

LGBT Sponsoring Group: 

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