Fall 2019 Events

A Tenth Anniversary Celebration of the Women’s Gender Studies Program

Wednesday, October 30, 4:00pm-6:00pm, Lee 412

WGST Brown Bag Lectures

Why Are Poor People Poor? A Conversation About the Demographics of Poverty and Why It Got That Way

Ann Kloeckner, Legal Aid Works

Monday, September 30, 12:00pm-12:50pm, Monroe 210

Sexual Misconduct Reporting Options: Responsible vs. Confidential

Stefanie Lucas-Waverly and Jaime Opanashuk, Office of the Title IX

Monday, October 21, 12:00pm-12:50pm, Monroe 211

Refugee Resettlement in the Fredericksburg Area

Kristen Larcher, Migration and Refugee Services, Catholic Charities – Diocese of Arlington

Monday, November 13, 12:00-12:50pm, Monroe 212

UMW History and American Studies presents

The Hamilton Phenomenon: Is it Good for History?

Renee Romano, Professor of History, Comparative American Studies, and Africana Studies, Affiliate of the Gender, Sexuality, and Feminist Studies, Oberlin College and Conservatory

Monday October 21 at 7:30 pm, HCC Digital Auditorium

UMW Art and Art History presents

Marginalized Histories of Korean Women

October 24-December 8, 2019

Opening Reception: October 24, 5-7pm

Ridderhof Martin Gallery

Art & Art History Symposium in conjunction with the exhibition

October 25, 9:30am-3pm, HCC Digital Auditorium

UMW Theatre presents

Fun Home

November 7-24

Ticket prices: Students ($8), General Admission ($20)

November 6 Pay-What-You-Can Preview

Box Office opens October 24, 2019