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Director Abby Palko shares her thoughts through her series, "The Palko POV"

Middle school students ask hard questions and expect honest answers. And they taught me so much about structural inequalities in our country. While anyone can work hard and achieve success, the kinds of success within reach can vary greatly, and how we structure our educational system impacts these possibilitie

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Seshi Konu, WGGJ Intern

Student Spotlight: Seshi Konu

MLP Big and Little Brother work together to climb the Poplar Ridge Challenge Course ladder

MLP Takes on the Poplar Ridge Challenge

"It was such a wonderful day watching everyone get to know one another better and help one another out to accomplish the challenges."

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Young Alumni Reunion Open House

October 21, 2017

Visit us during Homecoming Weekend and catch up with Women's Center staff and alums! Join us at OpenGrounds for a morning of food and drink, and take a tour of the Women's Center's renovation project. For more information, please call 434-982-2361.

23 - 27

Global Week at UVA

October 23, 2017 - October 27, 2017

Global Week at UVA id a celebration of International Education Week (IEW) from October 23 to 27.

The week features Global Experience Mini Film Fest, Art Speaks! at The Fralin, Mini Human Library, UVA Library: Your Passport to Global Experiences, panels and speakers about various global opportunities for students, workshops, and many more events.


Beverly Cobble Rodriguez Lectureship

October 24, 2017

The Beverly Cobble Rodriguez Lectureship is an annual lecture on women’s education and global leadership with a special emphasis on healthcare, multi-national business, and the liberal arts.

This year, we are pleased to announce that Rachel Zaslow, Executive Director of Mother Health International will be joining us as our 2017 lecturer. At Mother Health International, Rachel works to reduce perinatal mortality rates through the education of midwives and creation of sustainable birth centers in areas where the burden of mortality is highest.