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Friday, February 15, 2019

Real Talk Series: Evolution of Natural Hair | Multicultural Affairs

Evolution of Natural Hair: Participants will be able to discuss and learn about differentiating hair types (type 1a-type 4c). Participants will have a chance to understand why both the natural hair movement and protective hair styling is so important and the history behind it.
Friday, February 15, 2019

Real Talk Series: Evolution of Natural Hair | Multicultural Affairs

Evolution of Natural Hair: Participants will be able to discuss and learn about differentiating hair types (type 1a-type 4c). Participants will have a chance to understand why both the natural hair movement and protective hair styling is so important and the history behind it.
Friday, February 15, 2019

A Symposium in Advance of the 63rd Commission on the Status of Women | Center for Gender Equity

Lehigh University is hosting its second annual one-day symposium in advance of the United Nations’ Commission on the Status of Women (CSW). This year’s priority theme is “Social protection systems, access to public services and sustainable infrastructure for gender equality and the empowerment of women and girls”. Expanding on this theme, we seek to explore how the work of regional community organizations, educational institutions, and individual faculty, staff, and students (undergraduate and graduate) engage with the theme of “Gender and Empowerment, Access, and Infrastructure” in their work, research, advocacy, and lives. Schedule: 10:10-11:40 am Roundtable I 1:10 - 2:40pm Roundtable II 2:50-4:00 Be Your Own Artivism Creation Space (Center for Gender Equity) 4:10 pm Keynote Speaker: Tristina Fitzpatrick, Director of Patient Services, Allentown Women’s Center Possible topics may include but are not limited to: education, economics, race, healthcare, violence, finance, indigienous peoples’ rights, migration, climate change, disability studies, aging, art, technology, and tourism. Possible research and discussion questions may include but are not limited to: Research. How does your research engage with questions of gender and access, gender and sustainability, or social protection systems and gender? Activism. Do you work with an organization, or are you currently working on a project that engages with issues related to gender and access, gender and social protection systems, or gender and infrastructure? If so, what are you doing, what challenges do you face? What successes are you having? What initiatives do you imagine designing? Experience. Have you personally experienced issues related to gender and access, gender and social protection systems, or gender and public services in the region? If so, we invite you to share your stories. This event is co-organized by The Center for Gender Equity and the Lehigh University- United Nations Partnership.
Thursday, February 14, 2019

Coming Out | Pride Center

Student support group for students who identify anywhere in the LGBTQ+ spectrum to met and find community
Thursday, February 14, 2019

Be Your Own Creation Space! | Center for Gender Equity

2019 Theme: The 2019 Be Your Own theme asks participants to visualize through art-making their spiritual, emotional, or physical relationship with roots, origins, and migrations. People move away from or back to their roots. People reimagine or finally find their origins. People voluntarily and involuntarily migrate in and across borders, elements of their identities, and communities. Join us in making art to make change!
Thursday, February 14, 2019

Be Your Own Creation Space! | Center for Gender Equity

2019 Theme: The 2019 Be Your Own theme asks participants to visualize through art-making their spiritual, emotional, or physical relationship with roots, origins, and migrations. People move away from or back to their roots. People reimagine or finally find their origins. People voluntarily and involuntarily migrate in and across borders, elements of their identities, and communities. Join us in making art to make change!
Thursday, February 14, 2019

Be Your Own Creation Space With LAD! | Center for Gender Equity

2019 Theme: The 2019 Be Your Own theme asks participants to visualize through art-making their spiritual, emotional, or physical relationship with roots, origins, and migrations. People move away from or back to their roots. People reimagine or finally find their origins. People voluntarily and involuntarily migrate in and across borders, elements of their identities, and communities. Join us in making art to make change!
Thursday, February 14, 2019

Be Your Own Creation Space With LAD! | Center for Gender Equity

2019 Theme: The 2019 Be Your Own theme asks participants to visualize through art-making their spiritual, emotional, or physical relationship with roots, origins, and migrations. People move away from or back to their roots. People reimagine or finally find their origins. People voluntarily and involuntarily migrate in and across borders, elements of their identities, and communities. Join us in making art to make change!
Thursday, February 14, 2019

Gender in a Global Context: Education | Center for Gender Equity

Join the Center for Gender Equity in an open dialogue exploring Iceland's Hjalli education system and what it can tell us about how we educate our youth globally!
Wednesday, February 13, 2019

Lehigh Women's Network | Center for Gender Equity

A Women's Network at Lehigh for support and discussion of topics such as Equity, Career Advancement, and Work-Life Balance.

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