Women's Month at Virginia Tech
March is Women’s Month!
This March, we will gather as a community for our yearly celebration of Women's Month at Virginia Tech. Women’s Month recognizes, affirms, and showcases the achievements, concerns, and diversity of women. A feminist perspective – one that encourages and advances women of all races, political affiliations, national origins, religions, ages, abilities, sexual orientations, gender identities, and income levels – underlies all our programming for the month, and we hope you will find that the events you are planning align with this mission. Women’s Month is an annual event occurring in March, National Women’s History Month.
Women’s Month is a non-profit community project funded by Virginia Tech, area organizations, student groups, local businesses, and citizens’ contributions. It is the combined effort of students, faculty, staff, and administrators at Virginia Tech as well as activists, residents, and civic leaders of the surrounding communities.
If you have questions about Women's Month at Virginia Tech, please contact Anna LoMascolo.