Tuesday, March 14, 2017

KU SOM-Wichita recognizes National Women's History Month with film screening, 3/27

KU School of Medicine-Wichita recognizes National Women's History Month: 

From the first woman to run in the Boston Marathon to
the birth of Ms. Magazine, learn about this milestone era and the women who led it.

The Wichita Diversity & Inclusion Steering Group is hosting its inaugural event during National Women’s History Month by offering the film screening of “Women Who Make America.”

Join us from noon to 1:30 p.m. Monday, March 27, for a brown bag luncheon in the Daniel K. Roberts Amphitheater. The featured facilitator will be Dr. Chinyere Okafor, director of the Center for Women’s Studies and chair of the Department of Women’s Studies and Religion at Wichita State University.

Please RSVP to Crystal Nevins at cnevins@kumc.edu by Wednesday, March 22.

Continue our journey by joining us Monday, April 3, as we wrap up “Women Who Make America” by showing “Charting a New Course.”
Noon to 1:30 p.m.
Daniel K. Roberts Amphitheater
Brown Bag Luncheon

Event coordinated by the Wichita Diversity & Inclusion Steering Group members.