Join us for the following Women’s History Month Events. Coming up this week we have a special tea time and ladies night which will provide you the opportunity to speak to some of the amazing women of IIT brought to you by Society of Women Engineers and Sisters on Campus, a Body Image Workshop sponsored by Alpha Sigma Alpha, a fun Bog Trivia Night sponsored by Office of Campus Life and Union Board, and an incredible speaker Rev. Brenda Girton-Mitchell brought to you by the Office of Spiritual Life and Service Learning.
Tea Time & Ladies Night
March 24, Tea Time, 12:40 pm, MTCC Welcome Center; Ladies Night, 5 pm, MTCC Ballroom
Sponsors: Society of Women Engineers and Sisters on Campus
Join the women of the Society of Women Engineers and Sisters on Campus to learn more about the women of IIT and the differences they are making today, while drinking tea and enjoying light appetizers. Come back to the MTCC for Ladies Night, where you will get the chance to speak with these incredible women and learn more about their journey.
Body Image Workshop
March 26, 6 pm, Alpha Sigma Alpha House
Sponsor: Alpha Sigma Alpha
A short group activity will show how we perceive our bodies and, conversely, how our bodies are perceived by others. The purpose of this is to prove how we are often our own worst enemies when it comes to body image. The activity and the discussion that follows will be facilitated by an IIT Health and Wellness Center staff member.
Bog Trivia Night
March 27, 8 pm, The Bog
Sponsors: Office of Campus Life and Union Board
Win fabulous prizes playing trivia in teams of 2-5 people. Sign up at the Bog before 7 pm. Students, faculty, and staff of all genders are welcome.
Special Speaker, Rev. Brenda Girton-Mitchell
March 31, 6:30 pm, E1 Auditorium
Sponsor: Office of Spiritual Life and Service Learning
Join us for a very special evening with Kent alumna, Rev. Brenda Girton-Mitchell, Director of the Office of Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships, U.S. Dept. of Education. Rev. Girton-Mitchell will speak on the intersection of women, faith, and education and how it relates to this month’s Book Club selection, I am Malala.