Women’s History Month

Our campus will host a variety of events to celebrate the contributions of women in America and across the world during Women’s History Month, which is celebrated every year in March. This year’s theme is "Women Who Tell Our Stories."


Women’s History Month Banner

Senior Interdisciplinary Arts major Christine Troll has created amazing artwork as backdrop for the collection of our signatures and messages in support of all women. This year, our banner signing will be in the Commons starting March 1. On your way to lunch and dinner, stop by and sign the banner to honor the awesome women in your life.

Bridging the Past and Celebrating Our Future

Date: March 1, 2023
Time: 1:00 - 2:30pm
Location: Mukaiyama University Room

A Celebration and Discussion.

The Provost's Advisory Committee on Women's Concerns presents a 40th anniversary celebration of bridging the past and celebrating our future. A virtual seminar, from 1:00-2:00pm, Women & Leadership: An intergenerational Discussion featuring Ann E. Cudd, Dr. Martha Ann Terry, and Danielle Floyd. From 2:00-2:30pm, there will be a Discussions and Networking with University Women Leaders. Light refreshments provided.

Great Minds Are Not All the Same

Date: March 1, 2023
Time: 6:00 - 7:00pm
Location: Commons A/B

Live Stream – Shared Viewing Experience at Pitt-Bradford.

The University of Pittsburgh School of Social Work and Center on Race and Social Problems invite you to the Florence Gibbs Momeyer Endowed Lecture featuring Temple Grandin, PhD. The Florence Gibbs Momeyer Endowed Lecture was established to advance understanding on timely social work topics in the areas of equity, inclusion, and human rights. Light refreshments available.

Celebrating Women Who Tell Our Stories

Date: March 1, 2023
Time: 7:30 - 9:00pm
Location: Mukaiyama University Room

Join us for Women's History Month Open Mic. 

Sponsored by Baily's Beads, the GSW Program, the Writing Center, and the Writing Program.

The Power of Telling Our Stories 

Date: March 30, 2023
Time: 6:30 PM
Location: Osborne Room, Hanley Library (2nd floor)

Please join us for a discussion about the power of telling our stories. 

Writers and professors Karen Bell and Nancy McCabe and student poet and graphic storyteller Maddie Cincala will lead a discussion about telling our stories through art and writing. The discussion will address how the process of sharing our stories can empower ourselves and others, helping us to feel seen, heard, and known, as well as aiding in healing. 

This discussion is part of Pitt-Bradford's Women's History Month events centered around the 2023 theme of "Women Who Tell Our Stories."