Sack Lunch Seminar:

Celebrate International Women's Day!

March 6, Noon-1 - SUB Alumni Legacy Lounge

The Office of International Programs and the UNA-USA student club will celebrate International Women’s Day (March 8th) by hosting a panel discussion with several international students.  Topics will include: if and how women are celebrated for International Women’s Day in their nations, their own personal goals, how they made the decision to come to the U.S. to pursue their studies and if there have been challenges they have had to overcome as women in their fields.

Womens history Month





Grassroots to Global: The Power of Public Health

March 20, 6:30 PM - Inspiration Hall

Join Bozeman-raised Cora Neumann to hear about her work serving indigenous communities in Montana and partnering with First Ladies around the world to address public health issues. 


More information found here: PR Announcement

Dr. Cora Newman






The Hayes Sisters of Bozeman's Red-Light District

March 27, Noon-1 - SUB Alumni Legacy Lounge

Join historian and co-founder of Bozeman’s Extreme History Project, Crystal Alegria, as she presents on the intriguing lives of the Hayes sisters, three women who left an indelible mark on Bozeman’s historic red-light district during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Against the backdrop of societal norms and the evolving landscape of the American West, the Hayes sisters navigated a complex world, not merely as figures of the red-light district, but as individuals with some agency. This presentation sheds light on a lesser-known aspect of Bozeman's past, weaving together a narrative that goes beyond stereotypes and reveals the lives of these three women making their way in the ever-changing landscape of early Bozeman. 


Also, make sure to check out her exhibit downtown until March!

Red Light District Pster