• Social Change Dialogues
    EVENT

    Black-Indigenous Women Voices

    November 14, 2019

    Our final Social Change Dialogue of the fall semester will center the voices of women with Black-Indigenous American ancestry.

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  • July/August Women's Review of Books Now Available
    NEWS

    Our Witches, Our Selves

    November 2019

    The new issue of Women's Review of Books features a review by Jennifer Baumgardner of The Witches Are Coming by Lindy West and other writing that explores today's 'witchy' currents -- both spiritual and political.

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  • Giving Tuesday
    EVENT

    Support Research and Action on Giving Tuesday

    December 2019

    Giving Tuesday is December 3, 2019. Support WCW on Giving Tuesday to advance research that drives social change.

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  • Designing an App for Early Adolescent Social Media Use
    VIDEO

    Promoting Healthy Social Media Use

    October 2019

    Watch a video presentation that highlights our Youth, Media & Wellbeing Research Lab's work to promote healthy social media use among adolescents.

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  • Students to Gain Research Experience through Internship Program
    NEWS

    Students to Gain Research Experience through Internship Program

    September 2019

    Meet the five Wellesley College students who will gain hands-on research experience alsongside a WCW mentor this year.

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international workBeatrice Achieng Nas, BSC, visiting scholar at the Wellesley Centers for Women (WCW) and IREX Community Solutions Program Fellow, presented on educational issues for rural African girls during World Pulse’s Tenth Anniversary Global Connection Event hosted in Portland, OR and streamed worldwide online in October 2013. World Pulse is a global network that uses the power of digital media to connect women worldwide to accelerate their impact. A link to the video is available online: www.worldpulse.com.

 
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