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  • The Women's Studies program at ETSU offers both a Bachelor of Arts in Women's Studies and a minor course of study. ETSU Women's Studies
    The Women's Studies program at ETSU offers both a Bachelor of Arts in Women's Studies and a minor course of study.
  • Students put the reason why they were rising. One Billion Rising
    Students put the reason why they were rising.
  • A student marching sliently for One Billion Rising. One Billion Rising
    A student marching sliently for One Billion Rising.
  • The Women's Studies' table at One Billion Rising. One Billion Rising
    The Women's Studies' table at One Billion Rising.
  • Students, Faulty, and Staff marched silently across campus. One Billion Rising.
    Students, Faulty, and Staff marched silently across campus.
  • Take Back the Night Take Back the Night
    Take Back the Night
  • Randi Owenby, Jayke Hamill, and Lecturer Norma J. Honaker recieved awards from H.E.R.O.E.S. H.E.R.O.E.S. Awards
    Randi Owenby, Jayke Hamill, and Lecturer Norma J. Honaker recieved awards from H.E.R.O.E.S.
  • Students present their capstone project. Senior Capstone Project
    Students present their capstone project.
  • Students and Faculty participate in Civility Week. Civility Week
    Students and Faculty participate in Civility Week.
  • Students and Faculty at the Senior Capstone project. Senior Capstone Project
    Students and Faculty at the Senior Capstone project.
  • Sexism in Video Games Panel. 1st Annual ETSUcon
    Sexism in Video Games Panel.
  • What is Ecofeminism? Ecofeminism Bulletin Board
    What is Ecofeminism?
  • Students attending I Heart Female Orgasm. I Heart Female Orgasm
    Students attending I Heart Female Orgasm.
  • Envisioned Landscapes artist and sponsors. Envisioned Landscapes
    Envisioned Landscapes artist and sponsors.
  • A group photo of the inductees to Tri Iota and instructors. Tri Iota
    A group photo of the inductees to Tri Iota and instructors.
  • Dr. Shelia Smith and Dr. Jamie Kridler relaxing. The Women's Studies Faculty retreat at The Highlander Center, Spring 2014
    Dr. Shelia Smith and Dr. Jamie Kridler relaxing.
  • Retreat Facilitator Terry Holley and Rebecca Tolley-Stokes discussing the issues. Retreat at The Highlander Center, Spring 2014
    Retreat Facilitator Terry Holley and Rebecca Tolley-Stokes discussing the issues.
  • Dr. Hilary Malatino and Veronica Limeberry taking notes at the Women's Studies Retreat. Retreat at The Highlander Center, Spring 2014
    Dr. Hilary Malatino and Veronica Limeberry taking notes at the Women's Studies Retreat.
  • Women's Studies Highlander Retreat resource bundle and souvenir bag. Retreat at The Highlander Center, Spring 2014
    Women's Studies Highlander Retreat resource bundle and souvenir bag.
  • Jayke Hamill receives SEWSA Travel Grant. SEWSA 2014
    Jayke Hamill receives SEWSA Travel Grant.
  •  Jayke Hamill, Max Carwile, and Veronica Limeberry attend annual SEWSA banquet. SEWSA 2014
    Jayke Hamill, Max Carwile, and Veronica Limeberry attend annual SEWSA banquet.
  • Jayke Hamill and Randi Owenby hosting the "Consent Workshop" during Civility Week. Civility Week
    Jayke Hamill and Randi Owenby hosting the "Consent Workshop" during Civility Week.

For more information on courses offered by Women's Studies
Check out the Women's Studies course guide: The Beacon!
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Women's Studies Events
And don't forget to check our Current Events page!

2 APS positions open in Women's Studies!
 For info, contact Michelle Rogers at 423.439.4125 or !

Have you heard about FemSex? See our Current Events page for details!

Sept. 17 - WRC Book Review. The Invention of Wings by Sue Monk Kidd.  New readers welcome! Click here for details!

Sept. 23 - The Red Flag Campaign's
Relationship/Sexual Violence Awareness Lunch Break Seminar. Learn more here!

Sept. 26 - Reception and Gallery Talk for “Politics of Representation: Re-Imaging Indigenous America From Warhol to MAP(ing) Contemporary Native American Artists” – An Art Exhibit Special Event. The exhibit opens from 5:00pm to 7:00pm in Ball Hall, Slocumb Galleries on September 15, 2014, and runs through October 3, 2014.

Sept. 30 - Women’s Personal and Professional Enrichment Lunch Break Series presents guest speaker ETSU Public Safety Officer Amanda Worley. Find out more here!