LEHMAN, Pa. — Penn State Wilkes-Barre is putting the “her” in “history” this March by hosting several events in honor of Women’s HERstory Month. All events will be held virtually and are open to students, faculty and staff.
“Providing a variety of events during Women's HerStory month gives students the opportunity to learn more about both the influence and struggles of women throughout history and even today,” said Jacqueline Warnick-Piatt, student activities coordinator. “We are also offering some fun events and leadership workshops, such as Famous Women Kahoot and our Lessons on Leadership: Servant Leadership. All these events are geared at providing our students opportunities to learn outside the classroom, but also to take back to the classroom some critical thinking and leadership skills. I hope students will be able to use the information they gain to think outside the box and create better communities for themselves and others."
Women’s HERstory Month Events Include:
- Monday, March 1, noon — Ted Talk-N-Talk Shared Video and Discussion: "Women’s Suffrage"
- Tuesday. March 8, noon — Ted Talk-N-Talk Shared Video and Discussion: "Untold Stories of Black Women in Suffrage Movement"
- Friday, March 12, noon — Ted Talk-N-Talk Shared Video and Discussion: Caroline McHugh: "The Art of Being Yourself"
- Monday, March 15, noon — Ted Talk-N-Talk Shared Video and Discussion: Mellody Hobson: "Color Blind or Color Brave"
- Monday, March 22, and Thursday, March 25, noon — "Lessons on Leadership: Servant Leadership"
- Tuesday, March 23, noon — "Kahoot: Famous Women"
- Monday, March 29, 5 p.m. — "Poverty Simulation With COPE"
To learn more about each event, or to register, contact Warnick-Piatt at firstname.lastname@example.org. A link to the event will be provided after registration.