The 2020 Women’s Week theme will focus on the power, work, and legacy of indigenous women.
Gabby Rivera spoke at the U encouraging students to find their own within their ancestors and stories and gave campus a glimpse into the inspirations for her writing.
This year’s Women’s Week is March 5-9 with the theme “Resilience: We are Powerful Because We Have Survived.”
Harriet Hopf, professor of anesthesiology and bioengineering for the School of Medicine and senior special assistant to the office for faculty, has been selected for the 2017 Linda K. Amos Award for Distinguished Service to Women.
Staceyann Chin’s spoken word and poetry performance headline the U’s annual Women’s Week celebration.
Wendy Davis, lawyer and politician from Texas who was in the national spotlight for holding an 11-hour filibuster to block a bill that would restrict access to safe reproductive health care, will give the keynote address.
Kim Hackford-Peer, associate director of Gender Studies Program, named 2016 Linda K. Amos Award for Distinguished Service to Women recipient.
Now accepting nominations for the Linda K. Amos Award for Distinguished Service to Women, which recognizes individuals who have improved the education and working environment for women at the U.
Inspiration for the TV show ‘Scandal’s’ Olivia Pope gives keynote during Women’s Week. Events continue throughout this week.
Judy Smith, the woman who inspired the hit TV show “Scandal,” keynotes Women’s Week, with other events focusing on the professional, social and personal lives of women.