Maggie Tripp: Firebrand Feminist
September 11, 2015
Reflections on longtime friend and supporter Maggie Tripp in the current Women Change Worlds blog article; read blog>>
Celebrate Peggy McIntosh-Oct. 10!
August 31, 2015
Join WCW and the National SEED Project in celebrating Peggy McIntosh's lifetime of work on social change; reserve your seat(s) and/or make a gift today; learn more>>
A Reformed Peace Conference Skeptic
August 19, 2015
Laura Golakeho writes that since attending the Hague Peace Conference, her skepticism has been replaced with hope; read blog>>
Women's Soccer and the New Feminist Power
July 21, 2015
Laura Pappano writes that female athletes are demonstrating their clear-headed brilliance; read article>>
Peggy McIntosh Advises on MTV Documentary, "White People"
July 20, 2015
SEED founder Peggy McIntosh served as an advisor to MTV's new documentary that explores being White in young America; learn more>>
WCW Research Cited in NY Times Editorial
July 13, 2015
A prevention and research study co-led by Nan Stein, Ed.D., is cited in this important NY Times editorial on helping to prevent sexual assault; read more>>
Peggy McIntosh's "Invisible Knapsack" essay available online
June 25, 2015
Anti-racism educator Peggy McIntosh's 1989 article, "White Privilege: Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack," is available online for the first time in authorized version; learn more>>  
Women's Review of Books available electronically!
June 24, 2015
You can now purchase digital download issues of Women's Review of Books from Old City Publishing; learn more>>  
Listen to Lunchtime Seminars online
June 11, 2015
WCW researchers and staff present findings and updates about their work in our Fall and Spring Lunchtime Seminar Series. Listen to audio recordings of select seminars online; listen now>>  
Why Relationships Matter
June 04, 2015
Kamilah-Drummond looks at the importance of relationships to cognitive and social growth in this blog post; read blog>>  
NASM Fellowship-Apply by June 15
May 20, 2015
NIOST is offering dynamic, two-year OST professional development & leadership training program that incorporates technology for on-going collaboration and virtual meetings; learn more>>  
JBMTI 2015 Intensive Institute
May 18, 2015
The JBMTI 2015 Intensive Institute will explore empathy in our personal lives and social organizations; register now>>  
Healthy Young People Despite a World Filled With Violence
May 18, 2015
What can we do to help our kids make it in this world? Lisa Fortuna, M.D., explores that question in the latest blog post on Women Change Worlds; read blog>>
Capitals, Cultures, Cognitions: An Interactive Peek into Social Class as a Worldview: April 23rd
April 22, 2015
Join us Thursday, April 23rd for our next Spring Lunchtime Seminar: "Capitals, Cultures, Cognitions: An Interactive Peek into Social Class as a Worldview," presented by Anne Noonan, Ph.D.; learn more>>
Celebrate Diversity Month--April 2015
April 21, 2015
Robbin Chapman, Ph.D. writes, "Why not take Celebrate Diversity Month to the next level?" on our Women Change Worlds blog; read more>>  
Twenty Years since Beijing: Special Public Presentation 5/7
April 18, 2015
Four dynamic panelists will share their perspectives on how their participation in U.N. Fourth World Conference on Women influenced their last 20 years; learn more>>  
Equal Pay Day & A Woman's Worth
April 13, 2015
Nancy Marshall, Ed.D. writes on the Women Change Worlds blog that 40% of the gender pay gap can be attributed to discrimination; read post>>  
Human Rights, Women’s Rights: Plodding Toward Progress
March 24, 2015
Susan McGee Bailey writes that the struggle for women’s rights and equality is far from over 20 years since the Fourth World Conference on Women; read blog>>
In Memoriam: Jean Hardisty
March 18, 2015
The Wellesley Centers for Women (WCW) community is saddened to share news that social justice champion and WCW Senior Scholar Jean Hardisty, Ph.D., died March 16, 2015; read more>>
Webinar Series: Four Ways to Click
March 06, 2015
New webinar series related to Four Ways to Click: Rewire Your Brain for Stronger, More Rewarding Relationships, led by Amy Banks, M.D., is underway--CEUs awarded; learn more>>
Blog: Recognizing Women Social Scientists
March 04, 2015
Women social scientists have played a crucial yet unsung role in bringing us closer to our shared ideals of gender equality, social justice, and human wellbeing. read more >>
Jean Kilbourne Earns Wellesley College Alumnae Achievement Award
February 11, 2015
Congratulations to Jean Kilbourne, Ed.D., WCW senior scholar, on receiving a 2015 Alumnae Achievement Award from Wellesley College! read more >>