December 19, 2017
Even in years far quieter than this one, a LOT happens at the Women’s Center over the course of 12 months.
November 28, 2017
October 02, 2017
At the start of every fall semester, our Big and Little Brothers head to the Poplar Ridge Challenge Course to kick off their year together. In the Men's Leadership Project, UVA undergraduate men serve as big brothers to local middle school boys, building strong, respectful relationships that help them both grow as leaders in their schools, communities, and families.
February 28, 2017
Get to know Men's Leadership Project Big Brother, Nick Rupert!
Year: Second Year
Major: Pre-Comm, and Music
Hometown: Clifton, VA
1. Why are you passionate about your program at the Women's Center?
February 27, 2017
Story by Anthony Buenafe
Ten years ago, I was part of the inaugural Men’s Leadership Project at UVA. I didn’t realize it at the time, but joining MLP was one of the best decisions I made in college.
February 23, 2017
1. When did you attend UVA and what did you study?
I graduated in Spring 2008 with a B.A. in Anthropology and Psychology. I kept going and earned my M.S.Ed. in Education Policy in 2010 at UPenn.
January 27, 2017
Through our Young Women Leaders Program and Men's Leadership Project, we give students the chance to give back to the community they call home during their years at UVA. These community-based mentoring programs pair undergraduate men and women with middle schoolers from the Charlottesville area. Pairing course work with group meetings, as well as one-on-one activities with their littles, our Big Brothers and Big Sisters grow as leaders while helping their littles realize their own leadership potential.
May 25, 2016
Get to know MLP Big Brother, David Roden!
Year: Second Year
Hometown: Fairfax, VA
What do you miss most about your hometown when you're at UVA?
I do not miss anything in particular about my town, but rather my family and friends who live there.
May 17, 2016
The Coffelt Public Service Award funds research-based community service projects intended to help both UVA students and youth in the Charlottesville community find meaning by engaging in a mutually beneficial collaboration. The award emphasizes both public service and research such that UVA students and non-profit partners learn from each other as they plan and execute annual projects to benefit children in the Charlottesville-area community.