News and Events

MAY 25, 2024
Urban Arts Space will host an exhibition showcasing works of art from artists included in A Love Letter to This Bridge Called My Back, an edited volume that celebrates the collection of writings that would become a touchstone work for generations of feminist women of color. The exhibit runs from May 21 through June 29.
MAY 23, 2024
Join the John Glenn College of Public Affairs for the 2024 Women of POWER Network Reception. This event raises funds for nonpartisan leadership programs that introduce current leaders to the next generation of women candidates.
MAY 23, 2024
Women for Economic and Leadership Development (WELD) offers this webinar on exploring the power of adjusting the stories we tell ourselves. Our minds often work against us, producing stories that are not true and not beneficial. Learn how to mindfully build muscles to reprogram and get the outcome you deserve. Join us as we .
MAY 21, 2024
Urban Arts Space will host an exhibition showcasing works of art from artists included in A Love Letter to This Bridge Called My Back, an edited volume that celebrates the collection of writings that would become a touchstone work for generations of feminist women of color. The exhibit runs from May 21 through June 29.
MAY 17, 2024
This year’s Association of Staff and Faculty Women’s (ASFW) Deborah A. Ballam Symposium will focus on the theme: TODAY. Make space to be present, embrace the current moment, and celebrate you! Dr. Melissa Briggs-Phillips will speak on “Sixty Minutes to Sanity.” Throughout the day, build connections with an incredible network of women, explore a variety of topics in roundtable discussions, and enjoy a catered lunch together.
MAY 17, 2024
Join ThriveIN for this first-of-its-kind speed mentoring and networking event bringing women of color professionals together to exchange advice, wisdom and best practices to foster tangible growth in their careers. If you are a working Black girl or woman, this event is for you.
MAY 16, 2024
Join CMA and community partners for an opportunity to engage in diverse and nuanced conversations about the systemic conventions of gender explored in the exhibitions of Robin F. Williams: We’ve Been Expecting You and Marie Laurencin: Sapphic Paris, facilitated by content expert hosts.
MAY 16, 2024
Join the hosts of Harvard Business Review’s podcast Women at Work for a half day of live, virtual conversations with academics, experts, and corporate change-makers. Attendees will gain inspiration and tools to deal with issues that ambitious professional women face, whether in the early days or the prime of their career.
MAY 15, 2024
Join Women for Economic and Leadership Development (WELD) for an outstanding panel discussion on Empowering the Next Generation. The event also features networking with amazing women while enjoying complimentary wine and charcuterie.