UW Women's Center


The mission of the Women’s Center is to promote and advocate for gender equity and social justice on campus and in the larger community, through educational programs and services, which allow all individuals to nurture an equitable, inclusive and compassionate society.

News/Upcoming Events

  • The Women's Center Welcomes Kelsey Johnson to our staff!

    September 24, 2015


    The Women's Center is very excited to formally welcome Kelsey Johnson to our team as the STEM Enrichment Coordinator for the Making Connections Program!  As an AmeriCorp member, Kelsey will be a vital  part of our team  as we continue to grow the MC program. We can't wait to see what this year brings!   Kelsey…

  • Kalpana Viswanath Biography

    September 10, 2015


    Kalpana will be presenting her research findings here at the University of Washington! Monday, October 12th, 2015 3:30 pm- 5:00 pm  Parrington Hall-Forum  Kalpana Viswanath is a researcher who has been working on issues of gender and safer cities for women for over 20 years.  She is the co-founder of Safetipin, a mobile app developed to…

  • Autumn SAT Prep, GRE Prep and Basic Math Courses

    August 24, 2015


    School is almost back in session which means it's time to look to the future, specifically preparing for exams! We will be offering SAT Prep, GRE Prep and Basic Math Courses during Autumn quarter. These courses are designed to prepare students for their upcoming tests with the proper tools to study effectively, as well as,…

  • SEVEN Production Internship

    August 20, 2015


    The UW Women’s Center is looking for a fall-winter intern (with option of spring quarter extension) with background in event coordination to support a documentary play event. The UW Women’s Center, in partnership with a committee of renowned local feminist leaders are hosting the production of SEVEN, a documentary play that tells the remarkable story…

  • Making Connections: TMF Success Story

    August 13, 2015


    Our very own MC program was featured in this weeks issue of BRAINSTORM, the City of Seattle's Community Technology e-Zine. The issue covers the usage of a grant the program received last year and clearly demonstrates how truly useful that funding was to this amazing program. In 2014, the program received the Technology Literacy and…