WOMEN IN LEADERSHIP
The Women In Leadership Program focuses on establishing
students’ perspectives on women’s leadership and skill-building. It
is designed to empower and inspire women to assess who they are and
what their purpose is, become agents of positive change, and
develop into student leaders on campus in the community.
Students are encouraged to explore their personal leadership styles
and the ways in which they are affected or enhanced by
gender. Workshops are designed to stimulate critical thinking
and analytical skills while providing opportunities for students to
cultivate networks with other women on campus.
Women in Leadership
Stereotypes, expectations, and reality all contribute to
discussions of the importance of gender in the leadership arena.
Discuss issues concerning how gender affects your decisions and
interactions, and what impact it has on your values as a student
Understanding yourself and what motivates you is essential to being
an effective leader both in your career and personal life. Do you
value solving challenging problems? Creative expression?
Affiliation? Adventure? Giving back to the community? Participants
will explore the values that are important and prioritize them in
Women and Wellness
Going to college does not mean putting yourself last on the list!
Learn how to achieve high-level wellness and take a closer look at
the health challenges that face women especially while in school.
This workshop will help you create new body-mind-spirit habits for
school-life balance to reduce the impact of stress on women’s
bodies and support your sense of wellbeing.
Effective Women Leaders
It takes more than just traditional cognitive intelligence to be
successful at work. It also takes emotional intelligence- the
ability to restrain negative feelings such as anger and self
doubt. This workshop will explore the pros and cons of using
our emotions wisely at work.
"WHAT Will YOU DO?” A conversation about
Join us for an engaging conversation where it is safe to say what
you really think, while still having fun! We must develop a
leadership style that models equality for all. As leaders in
the college environment we hold a responsibility to help change the
current statistics about sexual violence on campuses around the
country. What can we do to make our community safer for all?
Participate in the University Career/ Internship Fair, Big East
Career Fair, or Majors Fair and begin your search for a future
Women In Sports Day Speaker (spring
Women In Leadership Conference (spring