Welcome to UVA's newest tradition, an ongoing, pan-University collaboration, honoring both the collective impact women have had on the University and the many ways UVA women are shaping the present and the future across Grounds and around the world.
Join us as we celebrate women’s history and “pay tribute to the trailblazers from the recent and distant past for daring to envision a future for which no past precedent existed, and for building a [world] of endless possibilities for all of its women and girls.” (2021 Presidential Proclamation)
Building on recent work to commemorate milestone anniversaries of UVA’s journey to full co-education, the Women’s Center is excited to share a full slate of events offered by a wide range of offices and student organizations for this first Grounds-wide observance of Women’s History Month.
We are pleased to offer both in-person and virtual events, free and open to all, to engage interested members of the University community wherever they are this spring.
Learn about working at the intersection of international development, women's advocacy and youth activation with Jocelyn Frelier, PhD
Please join us as Jocelyn Frelier, PhD, shares her professional autobiography. She will reflect on her doctoral training in the humanities and her decision to transition from a tenure-track faculty position to her current role as nonprofit strategist at Vital
Jocelyn Frelier, author of Transforming Family: Queer Kinship and Migration in Contemporary Francophone Literature, will talk about feminist writing, across spaces and audiences.
On March 15th, 1989, Omega Phi Beta, Sorority Incorporated was founded at the State University of New York, Albany. In celebration of their founder's day, they have created a week of events that are intended to celebrate and uplift our community on and off Grounds.
Watch this space for a special event!