Want to change the world? The Center for Women invites you to participate in the The OpEd Project on Saturday, August, 23rd from 10 am- 5 pm. The OpEd Project is an innovative program that works to increase the diversity and quality of ideas and voices we hear in the world, as well as the visibility of women and other under-represented thought leaders in the public sphere. Click here to register and learn more about the OpEd project.

The Center for Women invites all students, faculty, and staff to our open house. Learn about the exciting programs we are planning this year, take a tour of the CWE and our new lounge areas, and enjoy ice cream.  Learn how we're making a difference in women's lives at Emory and beyond, and how you can be a part of it all. August 28th, 4-6pm, Cox Hall, 3rd floor.

Join our weekly dissertation group! This weekly group aims to support Emory women writing their dissertations.  For the first half hour, we will spend time setting weekly goals and discussing challenges and strategies, then participants are encouraged to work at the CWE, where we will utilize The Pomodoro Technique for time management.  Every Friday from 9am-1 pm. Center for Women Conference Room, Cox Hall, 3rd floor. Begins Friday, August 29th.

Join Feminists in Action and the Alliance for Sexual Assault Prevention for an interactive discussion on consent and popular culture.  We will use film clips, music videos, songs and advertisements to grapple with issues of consent and to brainstorm strategies for intervention. You'll also get a taste of what these dynamic student organizations bring to the Emory community. Oh yeah, and did we mention that there will be cupcakes?! September 9, 7-8:30 PM, Dopps Parlor.

A look back at the historical Whose Beloved Community? Black Civil and LGBT rights conference which took place on March 27th - March 29th 2014. The "Whose Beloved Community?" conference was a wonderful success. Click here to hear Dr. Dona Yarbrough, Director of the Center for Women and Co-Chair of the conference, and Charles Stephens, coordinator of the conference, discuss the conference.