Upcoming Events

Black History Month: Sunn m'Cheaux

Feb 7, 2024 Gender Studies Program co-sponsors Black History Month keynote speaker. 6pm in the Smith Student Center Ballroom. m'Cheaux is an instructor in the African language program at Harvard University where he teaches a curriculum based on research and his own experiences with Gullah Geechee culture. Event information on CORE.

Barbie Movie Night

February 23 cosponsoring with Anthropology and Sociology Honorary. 4pm in ATS 142. Streaming the movie followed by discussion of key issues from the film related to gender, power, and social change. Event information on CORE.

ReaR Admiral Linnea Sommer-Weddington

March 19, 2024 Alumni Speaker Series, cosponsoring with Alumni Engagement, Women's Center, and Green & White Society. More information on CORE.

Holocaust Remembrance Program

March 27, 2024 cosponsoring with History Department, College of Liberal Arts, and the Music Department. Guest speaker: Lee Kikel, "First Person Testimony: A Multidisciplinary Approach to Holocaust Education." 3:30-5:15pm in Miller Theater. Includes musical performances by Dr. Kathy Melago, flute, and SRU Symphonic Wind Ensemble — Dr. Jonathan Helmick, conductor. RSVP on CORE.

Women and Allies Mentoring DinneR

March 28, 2024 cosponsoring with President's Commission on Women. The dinner includes Women and Ally of Distinction Awards. The awards are given to women and allies who are SRU students, faculty, staff or alumni, and recognizes them for their focus on inclusion and respect for all; for serving as role models through their creativity, leadership, compassion and dedication, and for making campus or their communities a better place with their talents, vision and determination. Guest speaker is Joy Priest from University of Pittsburgh. Priest is a poet, professor, and Curator for the Center for African American Poetry & Poetics. Beginning 2024, there is no cost for attending, however, tickets are still required. Tickets available here.

Night Out

April 10, 2024 cosponsoring with President's Commission on Gender Identity, Expression, and Sexual Orientation. This year's theme: United We Stand. Includes dinner, entertainment, and guest speaker is Diane Price Herndl from University of South Florida. Nominations for GEISO’s Breaking the Silence and Student Leadership Award are due March 8. Complete this form to nominate someone. There is no cost for attending, however, RSVP is required on CORE.