Women’s History Month
Join Regis in celebrating 25 years of Women's and Gender Studies at the University. During March, Women's History Month, Regis will host a series of events in celebration of women.
Through March 31
Visit Regis’ Dayton Memorial Library and view two exhibits that honor women's history. Through the end of the month, the Hartman Gallery will host "Supporting Indigenous Sisters - An International Print Exchange
," which features the work of 16 female artists, eight of whom are Indigenous, to advocate for missing and murdered Indigenous women. On the second floor, you’ll find "The Women’s Studies Program: Neo-Fascist Man Haters?
” Named after a satirical Highlander headline from 1997, this exhibit explores the beginnings of the Women’s and Gender Studies Program.
Feminismo y Cine: Alfonso Cuarón's Roma
Felix Pomponio Hall Science Amphitheater
Enjoy tamales and conversation and explore the voices of Mexican women in this internationally acclaimed film. This event is free and open to the public, and no registration is required. Per current University requirements, masks are required at all indoor events regardless of vaccination status. (This may change if Regis policy changes.)
Good Trouble Conversations
50th Anniversary of Title IX
Join the Regis Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusive Excellence as it hosts a discussion on the 50th anniversary of Title IX in collaboration with the Women and Gender Studies program and Regis Athletics. Keep an eye on this page
for additional details.
View a full list of Women’s History events.