The Women and Gender Resource Center offers a variety of ongoing programming and resources.
Harbor training is available for faculty and teaching assistants and seeks to provide information about interpersonal violence that affects students and how to be supportive of students who disclose victimization.
This freshman Living Learning Community is housed in Riverside East and provides a space and opportunity for students to find a socially and academically supportive community on campus.
Open to staff, faculty, graduate students and community members, our book club meets once a month to read books by female authors.
Offered in the Spring for female staff and faculty members, Artist’s Way is a creative self-awareness group.
Open to graduate students currently writing a dissertation or thesis or planning to begin writing soon, this group meets once a week to allow time for members to share updates and experiences, hold one another accountable, and hear from speakers about relevant topics.
The library offers a variety of books and DVDs on gender and related topics. These materials are available for checkout with a valid ACT card.
Offered several times each semester, Start Smart is a pay negotiation workshop designed by The American Association for University Women (AAUW).
The Bead for Life Marketplace is an opportunity to purchase beads that are hand made by women in Uganda to support educational programs.
AAUW is a national nonprofit organization that seeks to advance equity for women and girls through advocacy, education, philanthropy, and research. UA has a student AAUW organization and there is also a local branch, open to individuals who have obtained an associate’s degree or higher.
Triota is a national honor society for students in women’s studies.