Check out our preliminary Spring calendar! We are firming up some of the details yet but we have another great semester planned. Also, don't forget about our weekly events, such as our wellness program, and our support/discussion groups (including women's empowerment for female staff and faculty at UW Oshkosh, a domestic violence/intimate partner violence support group for female UW Oshkosh students, and a biweekly discussion group with female veterans on the Oshkosh campus and in the community).
The Women's Center hosts Brown Bag Lunches organized by Women's and Gender Studies. These sessions are aimed at promoting a dialogue about women's and gender issues in the workplace, campus, and life in general.
Join us several times throughout the term for our film series! Why a film series? In accordance with the Women's Center mission and vision, and in the context of the campus-wide focus on Liberal Education, our film series is designed to improve the intellectual and practical skills of our participants and to emphasize our responsibility as individuals to engage in active and integrated learning.
Helpful events for students who are gearing up for graduation!
Connecting UW Oshkosh students, faculty and staff to activists around the world.
April 2nd, 2014. 6.30-8.00pm. Reeve Theater
Owning Your Skills: Gendered Language in Professional Communication
These panels use popular culture as a mechanism to analyze how gender is understood. What does The Hunger Games popularity say about feminism, race, and the role of women? Is the Game of Thrones empowering for women? Join us for these panels on popular culture as we debate and discuss the role that popular culture has in our lives.
Celebrate women's history with the Women's Center's children's story hour. This is our fourth Rosie the Reader!
Learning how to effectively negotiate a salary is one way to combat the wage gap. Not sure what "wage gap" is? It's the oft-cited statistic that women make 77 cents to a man's dollar. But it's more complicated than that. Race, ethnicity, and gender are all a factor, with Hispanic women facing the largest pay gap.
Do we work for equal rights state by state? Or force a national conversation? What can we learn from the suffrage movement about equal rights movements of today?
The Women's Center is pleased to announce the return of our popular Wellness Program! Join us for a class, relax, gain new friends, and get some physical exercise in a safe and welcoming environment.
Your guide to Women's History Month at UW Oshkosh!
Below is the Tentative Women's Center Fall 2013 Schedule of Events. Check back closer to term for updated information on events.