Events & Programs
The Luann Dummer Center for Women hosts and co-sponsors a variety of programs that advance the mission of the Center to "foster the intellectual, spiritual and personal development of women, and promote an open and diverse environment at St. Thomas." Dr. Luann Dummer specified that the main program of the Center would be a major speaker for Women's History Month. In addition, the Center has had a tradition of featuring local scholars and professionals once a month for a noon-time "Feminist Friday." Over the years the Center has enhanced these programs with a variety of other programs that meet the immediate needs and interests of the University community.
Please join us for our 2015 March Women's History Month lecture featuring Winona LaDuke. The title of her lecture is "Women and Native Struggles: Toward Ecological Transformation".View Event Information »
Dr. Kim Miller, associate professor of Women's and Gender Studies and African Art History at Wheaton College, will discuss "The Stories we See: Depictions of Female Authority in South Africa’s Public Sphere".View Event Information »
Presented by Rachel Harris (Associate Dean of Students), Abigail Crouse (Associate General Counsel), and Emily Erickson (Sexual Misconduct Prevention Coordinator)View Event Information »
For a listing of past events hosted by the Center, please view our past events page.