Diversity and Advocacy
At the very heart of the Diversity and Advocacy program is the Women’s Center’s mission of teaching students how to promote change. The three components of this program- internships, events and international study opportunities- celebrate equity, diversity, and inclusiveness on the local and global levels. Click here for more info.
The Diversirty & Advocacy Program encompasses:
Sexual and Domestic Violence Services
The Sexual and Domestic Violence Services program offers support for both women and men who have been sexually assaulted or have experienced dating/domestic violence. The Sexual and Domestic Violence Services office strives to create a new cultural paradigm—making sure violence never starts. The program includes a class taught through the Curry School of Education on gendered violence.Click here for more info.
The Sexual and Domestic Violence Services Program encompasses:
Men's Leadership Project
Personal and Career Counseling is provided free of charge for individuals dealing with life and career transitions, relationship issues, sexuality, eating and body image concerns, and other issues. Counseling Services also offers support groups and traveling workshops that address relationship issues, sexuality, alcoholism, caregiving for elders, self-esteem, and many other topics. Click here for more info.
The Counseling Services Program encompasses:
Body Positive (Eating Disorders)
Iris: A Magazine for Thinking Young Women
Iris magazine is the Center's award-winning, nationally acclaimed publication with a readership of over 2,500. It presents an array of young women's voices in fiction, poetry, art, news, book reviews, and essays while providing hands-on publishing experience for students, who edit the magazine. Click here for more info.
Young Women Leaders Program
The Young Women Leaders Program, cosponsored by the Curry School of Education, links local middle school girls with University undergraduate women who have been selected for their leadership qualities and commitment to mentoring. Click here for more info.