Women’s History Month

International Women’s Day is recognized annually on March 8 to celebrate women’s social, environmental, economic, cultural, and political achievements and how women of all cultures have positively impacted history. In the United States, March has been set aside as Women’s History Month to honor the achievements of women.

Wondering how you can celebrate Women’s History Month? Explore the links below to learn about the exceptional women of Project Dragonfly, Miami University, and our partner organizations who are bringing people together and mobilizing action for a just and sustainable future.

African Conservation Centre: Women’s Enterprise Communities & Conservation

Applied Environmental Research Foundation: 

Associação Mico Leão Dourado: Ana Beatriz Cordeiro posthumously honored with Disney Conservation Hero award

Association of Zoos and Aquariums: Gender in Conservation

The Belize Zoo and Tropical Education Center: Belize Zoo Founder Sharon Matola at TEDx Belmopan

Centro de Educacion, Ciencia y Conservacion Tambopata: Our Philosophy

Cheetah Conservation Society: Women in Science at CCF

Denver Zoo: Celebrating Women in Conservation

Miami University: Women’s History Month Programs & Resources

Miami University Center for Student Diversity and Inclusion: Women*s Initiatives

Missouri Botanical Garden: Discover & Share blog: Women’s History Month

Wildlife Conservation Society/Bronx Zoo: A Game Plan to Get Girls Excited about Science

Woodland Park Zoo: Women Fighting for Wildlife: Meet Conservation Heroes Breaking the Mold