Skip to content. Skip to main navigation.

Women’s History Month (WHM) March

Women’s History Month is a chance to acknowledge and show our appreciation for the significant contributions that female leaders, scholars, family members, and researchers have played in our society. Women's History Month is coordinated by the members of the Women in Leadership program.This exciting celebration will be held March 1st – March 31st and serves as an opportunity for the UT Arlington community to embrace women’s history through educational and social on-campus events. This celebration is also held in collaboration with the UTA Women’s and Gender Studies Department. Visit their website for events offered in addition to the ones below. Be a part of this campus tradition, while making new friends and celebrating diversity!

Women’s History Month 2017 Events

  • Date: Wednesday, March 1st
    Diversity Week/ Women's History Month 
    Title: Outcasts from the Vote: Women, Suffrage and Disability in the Long Nineteenth Century U.S.
    Lecture by Rabia Belt, Assistant Professor of Law, Stanford University Law School
    Hosted by Women's & Gender Studies, Center for African American Studies, Office for Students with Disabilities, and Multicultural Affairs
    Time: Noon - 1 p.m.
    Location: UC Red River/ Concho

  • Date: Saturday, March 4th
    Diversity Week/ Women's History Month 
    10th Annual Women in Leadership Summit
    Time: 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
    Location: UC Rio Grande
    Pre-Registration required by February 17th

  • Date: Tuesday, March 28th
    Women's History Month Event
    Topic: The Portrayal of Women in the Media
    Time: 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
    **Change of time from what was previously advertised
    Location: UC Red River
Wil logo

Women's History Month

Save the date for
Women's History Month 2017 featured event :
The Portrayal of Women in the Media
Thursday, March 28th
Noon - 1pm, UC Red River
Download the official poster