Videos of WEIS events (2010-2023)


  • 1st Diverse Women's Summit and International Women's Day Celebration
  • First Annual Diverse Summit - March 7th and 8th, 2017
  • Theories of Feminism Play - Spring Semester 2017
  • 2014 Global Village Assembly
  • "Racial Profiling of a Good Student" - April 7th, 2010
  • "Women and Self Image" by Professor Okafor - March 30th, 2010
  • 2020 Global Village Assembly by Zoom
  • International Women's Day Panel Discussion, 2023

International Women's Day Panel Discussion-March 20, 2023

Drs. Morian Beck (Chemistry & Biochemistry), Laila Cure (Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering), and Catherine Searle (Mathematics) discuss being a woman in STEM at WSU. 

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International Women's Day - March 8, 2017

Senator Oletha Faust-Goudeau's "Be Bold for Change" key-note speech at WSU's Center for Women's Studies.

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First Annual Diverse Women's Summit – March 7 & 8, 2017

The Diverse Women's Summit is a coming together of women and pro-women others of various ages, classes, genders, races, cultures, colors, sexuality, sizes, abilities and talents in an inclusive space sharing ideas through presentations – papers, art, plays, music etc. in order to learn from and empower each other for the progress of women & society.

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Theories of Feminism Play – Spring Semester 2017

Women’s Studies students have fun as they learn through play-making in Theories of Feminism (WOMS 587) – "Think About Women" by Chinyere Okafor.

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Global Village Assembly – Fall Semester 2014

At the second Global Village Assembly at Wichita State University, students, faculty and staff gather to share thoughts and ideas, creative pieces, and listen to poetry, drums, and music of all kinds at an evening of cultural sharing. Theme: "Reclaiming Our Humanity": "though we get positive ideas from life we are also bombarded with negative ones – excess love for money, violence, etc. They marginalize our basic human values: love, compassion, and fairness. Let's talk at the Global Village Assembly" (three parts).

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"Racial Profiling of a Good Student" – April 7, 2010

An outline and dialogue with the students of Wichita State University on what it takes to be a good student. Presented by Dr. Chinyere Okafor, Dr. Marché Fleming-Randle, and Dr. Rhonda Lewis-Moss for the Office of Multicultural Affairs (now Office of Diversity & Inclusion) and the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences at Wichita State University (five parts).

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Women and Self Image - by Dr. Chinyere Okafor

A presentation by Dr. Chinyere Okafor for the African American Students Association & Center for Student Leadership at Wichita State University (four parts).


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2020 Global Village Assembly by Zoom - Students' Presentations