UW Women's Center

2016 Anti-Human Trafficking Conference featured in The Daily

Johnna White, program operations manager for the Women’s Center, and our Director Sutapa Basu were featured in this Daily News article. This article focused on the Women’s Center 2016 Anti-Human Trafficking Conference, happening this weekend!  Check it and click here to read about it.

Making Connections Naomi Zemeadim gets the spotlight in the UW Daily!

The UW newspaper The Daily highlighted the Women’s Center programs – from Making Connections to Alene Moris National Education for Women’s Leadership program. The article also put the spotlight on a current UW freshman, Naomi Zemeadim! She is a participant of the MC program and one of the many ways the Women’s Center is making a difference.

New Scholarship Deadline

2016/2017 Meena Vashee Endowed Scholarship Application This scholarship is for undergraduate students. Applications are now due on May 31, 2016. Click to download 2016-2017 Meena Vashee Scholarship Application. The scholarship is to be awarded on the basis of academic merit and financial need. The University’s Office of Student Financial Aid will determine financial need. Candidates for the

Seeking a AmeriCorps Member for STEM Enrichment Coordinator position!

The UW Women’s Center is now hiring! We are looking for an AmeriCorps member to fill our STEM Enrichment Coordinator position in the Making Connections program. The position is full time and begins September 1st, 2016. This is a great opportunity to help the next generation of girls grow and succeed. Click here to apply today or

Start Smart 2016 Workshop

The UW Women’s Center presents: April 12, 2016 Tuesday 3:30pm -5:30pm UW Seattle – Ethnic Cultural Center close the pay gap, one workshop at a time. Start Smart workshops are specifically designed for college students about to enter the job market. By using the skills taught in this workshop, you are prepared to: Negotiate your

Check out our 2016 Human Trafficking Facebook Page

Tell your friends about our 2016 Human Trafficking Conference event by adding us on Facebook. Don’t forget to click “Attending” on the Facebook event.

King County proclaims March “Women’s History Month”

March 7, 2016 Celebrating their strength: King County proclaims March “Women’s History Month” Recognizing and honoring women for their countless contributions to community, government and nation  From fighting for the right to vote, to pay equity, to basic human rights, women of every race, ethnicity, and socioeconomic background have and continue to make historic contributions

Gala honors women turning the tide toward a more equitable future

The Daily wrote about our Women of Courage and Turning the Tide Gala event! Thank you to all those who came out WOMEN of COURAGE Gala and congratulations to another amazing group of Women of Courage! #‎Turnthetide2016‬ #‎UWWomenOfCourage‬    

#Turnthetide2016 – Get Ready for the Gala!

We have a hashtag ready for all our guests, volunteers, and Women of Courage! Gala is coming! We hope that you’re ready! Don’t forget our #WomenofCourageGala


The Seattle production at Town Hall on March 6, which was chosen to kick off the world-wide March to MARCH campaign, is SOLD OUT!  

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