• April 4, First Women, 11:40 a.m. to 1 p.m. in Room 110 Thesken Hall, Middletown campus. Join a panel of women from various disciplines to talk about women who were first in their areas of expertise: medicine, sociology, bicycling, and being a warrior. Panelists: Susan Marine, Gina Petonito, Marsha Robinson and Alyssa Straight.
• In honor of Women’s History Month, enjoy the special display at the Middletown Campus Gardner-Harvey Library where there will be images of Women’s Firsts. The displays of First Ladies will be in Johnston Hall.
Hamilton event topics focus on Gender and Disability.
• March 15, Film Screening: Mindy Faber’s Delirium, 4 p.m in the Wilks Conference Center, Seminar 3 on the Hamilton campus. Defiantly humorous in tone, Delirium (1993) tells the story of Faber’s mother’s personal experience with mental illness. Pizza will be served.
• March 26, Keynote Lecture: Brenda J. Brueggemann, “What Her Body Taught: Women, History, Disability,” 4 p.m in Mosler Hall, Room 200 at the Hamilton campus. Dr. Brueggemann is Professor and Endowed Chair at the University of Connecticut and a founding scholar in the field of Disability Studies. Pizza will be served.
Events are free and open to the public. For more information on events at Hamilton campus, located at 1601 University Blvd., call 513-785-3004. For more information on events at the Middletown campus, located at 4200 N. University Blvd., call 513-217-4177.