This spring, Iris Magazine at the Women's Center continues its popular series by focusing on women in the media. The event, co-sponsored with the Media Studies Society, will take place on Thursday, March 20 from 12 - 1:30 p.m. at OpenGrounds. Lunch will be catered by Take it Away, so guests should come with an appetite! Please RSVP through the Facebook event.
Join the Women’s Center, co-sponsored with the U.Va. Coalition on Eating Disorders and Exercise Concerns, for a week of fun events aimed at promoting body positivity and raising awareness about eating disorders around Grounds.
Fourth-year student Kathryn Reichel wanted to give back to the community who supported her during a difficult time at U.Va.
“The Women’s Center helped me recover from my eating disorder when I was a First-Year,” she said. “I took time off [...] I came back after I had recovered, and was like, ‘I need to give back to other people.’ That’s what kind of inspired me to start working here.”
Spring break is a time to relax, rejuvenate, travel and enjoy time with friends. Being safe over spring break will ensure that your fun is sustained for the week and that you have good memories of your experience. Below are some tips to ensure that your spring break is great!
Interning at the U.Va. Women’s Center gives students hands-on experience developing skills that will be useful to them in the wide variety of fields they pursue after graduation. Applicants commit to a year-long internship that includes a three-credit fall semester course entitled “Women, Peace and Justice” (WGS), taught by Women’s Center faculty members. In the spring, students have the option of taking a second semester course through EDLF that is team-taught by the Women's Center faculty, or volunteering their time to fulfill their commitment to their internship.
In reaction to U.Va. President Teresa A. Sullivan’s “Dialogue at UVA: Sexual Misconduct Among College Students” on Feb. 10 and 11, the Women’s Center hopes to continue the discussion with its work.
Although most sports fans were gathering around their TV sets in their living rooms or making tailgate food in their kitchens in anticipation of the Super Bowl on Feb. 2, there were about 100 guests who gathered together at John Paul Jones Arena for a sports event of a different sort.
Please join the University community for a national discussion, "Dialogue at U.Va.: Sexual Misconduct Among College Students."
Registration is now open. Learn more.
From VirginiaSports.com, Jan. 17, 2014
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – Two-time University of Virginia women’s volleyball MVP Amy (Mitchell) Griffin will be honored on National Girls and Women in Sports Day when the Cavalier women’s basketball team hosts Clemson on Feb. 2 at 2 p.m. at John Paul Jones Arena.