• Spring Lunchtime Seminar Series

    Spring Lunchtime Seminar Series

    March 31 - May 19, 2016

    Our free, public lecture series will be held March 31 – May 19, 2016. This spring, presenters will cover a range of topics including health care, child welfare, racial narratives, and more.

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  • The Power of Data

    The Power of Data

    March 2016

    At the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women, a panel of social science researchers and international advocates for women and girls presented “The Power of Data: How Women- and Gender-Focused Research Organizations Can Advance SDG 5” at a parallel event hosted by WCW.

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  • Recommended Reading for the Next US President

    Recommended Reading for the Next US President

    March/April 2016

    What books would you recommend to the next US President? The Women’s Review of Books offers some suggestions in their March/April issue.

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  • How Can We Make Our Website Even Better?

    How Can We Make Our Website Even Better?

    We've redesigned our website to be more engaging and easier to view on different devices; we will soon be reorganizing some of the content. Please take a few minutes and tell us how we can make your user experience even better.

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