Eliminating Racial Disparities in Maternal Morbidity
Listen as keynote speaker Janet Seabrook, Ph.D. addresses the causes of BIPOC women’s disproportionately high rates of maternal morbidity and explains why Indiana’s rates are third worst in the US. This keynote address is proceeded with a showing of the movie Aftershock.
CHESS Women’s Art Exhibition Entry Deadline
Are you interested in showcasing your art? Join us for The College of Humanities, Education, and Social Science's upcoming Women's Art Exhibition. This is a call out for local, women artists who want to showcase their art!
“Without Due Process” Film Screening, Presentation and Discussion
Join us for a screening and discussion of "Without Due Process," a documentary about a PNW instructor’s family imprisoned in the Japanese American concentration camps during World War II.
CHESS Film Series: Little Women
Join us for the CHESS Film Series: Movies & Discussions on Women’s History! This week, we will be watching Little Women (2019).
Breaking Bread: Roe v. Wade’s Impact on Poor America & The Post-Dobbs Era
Cheri Lynn Honkala will address the Supreme Court’s rulings on abortion in Roe v. Wade and Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization and their impact on impoverished populations.
“Asian Art in American Museums” with the Art Institute of Chicago’s Tao Wang
Take a visual journey of Asian art guided by visiting scholar Dr. Tao Wang from the Art Institute of Chicago.
Black Graduate Celebration
The Black Graduate Celebration is a pre-commencement celebration to honor African and African American students who through immense determination have successfully completed an undergraduate or graduate degree from Purdue Northwest University.
International Student Graduation Celebration
Join us for a celebration of our graduating international students!
Latino Student Graduation Celebration
Join us for the Latino student graduation celebration! Graduating Latino students will be presented with a special Latino stole that they can wear at the graduation ceremony.
Safe Zone Training
By offering training and resources in topics such as pronoun and name importance, the difference between attraction and expression, and how to take ally from a noun to a verb, Safe Zone aims to create a visible network of support for LGBTQ+ individuals and their allies and a more inclusive and welcoming campus community overall.