Catharine S. Eberly Center for Women

March 2024 Women's History Month Calendar

four people next to a foil balloon message that reads, "as strong as the woman next to me"The Eberly Center is excited to lead UToledo's celebrations of Women's History Month! Student organizations, academic departments, university offices, and community partners are hosting events to recognize and celebrate Women's History Month.

If you have an event you want listed, please contact the Eberly Center with the event logistics and description and we will add it to the list!

We couldn't celebrate Women's History Month without you & we wouldn't want to anyways! Looking forward to connecting with you at all of the events below!


Women's History Month: The Cult of the True Woman

March 1 - 31 | Carlson Library, 1st floor

University Library has created a display shows the influence of the cult of the “true woman” and its effect on society’s perception of women in public and private life. This exhibit can be viewed on the first floor of the Carlson Library across from the Circulation Desk throughout the month of March.

Women's March Madness Bracket


Join the Office of Recreation and the Eberly Center to create your own March Madness Bracket on IMLeagues! Prizes for 1st, 2nd, & 3rd place winners. Stop by the Main Campus Rec or the Eberly Center to grab a 'put women's sports on tv' button!

Circle connect: International Women's Day w/ University Women's COmmission

Thursday, March 7 | 9:30am - 11am | Carlson Library, 2nd floor

Join the WMN and University Women's Commission for coffee and connection to celebrate International Women's Day and shout out the amazing women in your life. Learn about the UWC's Alice Skeens Award before you get your nominations in!

Breaking the stigma: mifepristone for early pregnancy loss

Monday, March 11 | 5:30pm - 6:30pm | Collier Building, Room 1200

Come join Lambda Kappa Sigma and Dr. Abigail Barazi for a conversation about Mifepristone and breaking the stigma.

4AW Sister Circle

Monday, March 11 | 6:30pm | Student Union 2582

Join 4AW for an empowering evening at Sister Circle, hosted by 4AW! This event is a celebration of sisterhood, unity, and personal growth. Come together with 4AW Alums and fellow students for an engaging and supportive space where we'll explore meaningful conversations, share experiences, and build connections that last a lifetime.

CAP Movie Monday Series: Barbie

Monday, March 11 | 7pm | Doermann Theatre, University Hall

Come join the Campus Activities & Programming Board along with the Division of Student Affairs as we celebrate Women's History month with our Movie Monday series!

WGST Student Research Showcase

Wednesday, March 13 | 11am | University Hall, Room 4280


Crafting for a cause

Wednesday, March 13 | 2pm | Eberly Center Lounge, Tucker Hall 0168

Come join the Sexual Health Coalition to learn about National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day while crafting.

WHM L&L: Librarians & (Feminist) Leadership

Thursday, March 14 | 12pm | Eberly Center Lounge, Tucker Hall 0168

Join Melissa Luthman, Toledo Lucas County Public Library's Steinem Sisters Collection Librarian for our Women's History Month Lunch & Lead! Learn all about Melissa's journey to becoming a librarian, TLCPL Steinem Sisters Collection, and what leadership looks like for Melissa at TLCPL. Lunch will be provided!

Zora Neale Hurston: Identity & the Power of poems

Friday, March 15 | 3pm | Eberly Center Lounge, Tucker Hall 0168

Join  the Fearless Writers Community Empathy Write to learn about Zora Neale Hurston. Participants will also learn tips for writing and reviewing others authobiography poems. Women's histories are often lost because historical emphasis has been put on Great Men and Great Wars. Even though Zora Neale Hurston wrote an autobiography, Dust Tracks on a Road, her story and her published works/research was nearly lost because of her bold approaches and focus on Black women characters. Had her work not been recognized by writers and scholars like Alice Walker, her wisdom would have been lost to all of us. In this workshop participants will have an opportunity to write autobiography poems inspired by the writings of Zora Neale Hurston.

CAP Movie Monday Series: The Color Purple

Monday, March 18 | 7pm | Doermann Theatre, University Hall

Come join the Campus Activities & Programming Board along with the Division of Student Affairs as we celebrate Women's History month with our Movie Monday series!

WGST Featuring feminist faculty series

Wednesday, March 20 | 4pm - 5:30pm | Carlson Library 1005

Join the Department of Women's and Gender Studies for their Spring Featuring Feminist Faculty Series with Dr. Tasha Dunn and Arwa Hassan. Dr. Dunn's lecture is titled "It feeds off of insecurities: Gendered Politics of Dating in the Digital Age" and Hassan's lecture is titled "Ms. Aziza Sayed Shukri: Pioneering Women's Rights in Egypt". For more information, call 419.530.2233

Mentorship: What does that look like?

Wednesday, March 20 | 5pm - 6pm |  Eberly Center Lounge, Tucker Hall 0168

Join us for a discussion on how to seek out mentoship and what mentorship looks like. Write Thank You's to mentors and enjoy good conversation.

Womxn of Color Symposium - 'Serenity in success'

Friday, March 22

The University of Toledo’s Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion will host the sixth Annual Womxn of Color Symposium (WOCS). This year’s theme—“Serenity in Success”— is all about recommitting to the practices, strategies, and lifestyles choices that make you feel fulfilled, safe, healthy, thriving, and most importantly, like the best version of you from (wellness to finances).

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How to write a conference Abstract

Tuesday, March 26 | 12pm - 1pm | Collier Building 1035

Dr. Baki, Director of BSPS Cosmetic Science and Formulation Design Program, will be leading a workshop on writing conference abstracts. Each year, Dr. Baki and her students are excepted to multiple conferences to present their research. Come learn all her tips and tricks to getting your abstract submitted and accepted!

Trans Day of Visibility Queer Crafting

Friday, March 29 | 2pm - 6pm | Office of Multicultural Student Success, Student Union 2500

Join us for a meditative, crafting experience to engage in self-care. Learn about the importance of Trans Day of Visibility and craft with us! We will have many yarn activities including crocheting, friendship bracelet making, tote bags, and coloring sheets.

WHM Story Book Reading & Meet the author

Saturday, March 30 | 12:30pm - 2pm | Eberly Center Lounge, Tucker Hall 0168

Bring your kiddos and join us for Land of the Lost Socks. Neaira Williams is a local author and will be reading her books to families and signing copies. We will have snacks and books for those in attendance.

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Last Updated: 3/4/24