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International Women's Coffee Hour

Please join the Women's Center for our International Women's Coffee Hour, an opportunity for international women and their allies to meet others, discuss current events, play games, practice English and other languages, and listen to music from all over the world. Co-sponsored by International Student and Faculty Services.

Spring 2021, Social: International Women's Coffee Hours

International Women's Coffee Hour will continue as the last Tuesday of each month when classes are in session (Tuesdays, 4PM-5PM) and online! You can grab your own cup of coffee or tea and join us through Microsoft Teams (phone-in option also available). Find out how to participate here (OHIO log-in required). 

Spring 2021 Schedule

We're excited for you to join us for the following topics!
coffee and community, with a coffee cup and speech bubbles
January 26, 4:00PM - 5:00PM: Yoga and Affirmations Workshop
February 23, 4:00PM - 5:00PMInternational Standards of Beauty
March 30, 4:00PM - 5:00PMWomen’s Leadership Globally
April 27, 4:00PM - 5:00PMViolence Against Women: Video and Discussion

Fall 2020 Schedule

Topics will be updated based on requests from coffee hour attendees in August.

Diane Cahill and other international women's coffee hour participants at PassionWorks

August 25, 4:00-5:00PM: Welcome back!

September 29, 4:00-5:00PM

October 27, 4:00-5:00PM

November 24, 4:00-5:00PM 


Note to faculty and professional staff: While we always appreciate the offer of extra credit to attend our programs, or using our programs to improve one's knowledge of diversity, we recommend encouraging your students to attend a different event for intercultural knowledge or global perspective learning outcomes (such as speakers, Thirsting for Knowledge Thursdays, or other events) rather than the International Women's Coffee Hours. This program is most beneficial to international students, those who wish to work with international students, or domestic students who want to be social and support international students on campus.