Past Sponsored Programs

  • LGBT Center Pride Week & Cookouts
  • UofL Brown Cancer Center Mammogram Unit (Belknap) - The U of L Women’s Center co-sponsors this event on the Belknap campus each semester.  Mammogram appointments are for U of L employees over the age of 40.  Appointments are requested in advance.  Call 852-6318 to schedule.
  • Pathways Leadership Conference - Enjoy a day with colleagues focused on your leadership development, critical and strategic thinking and personal goal-setting. Conference open to all U of L staff and faculty.
  • Transformation Tea - The Women of Color Transformation Tea began in 1997 and is an open forum for the diverse spectrum of women of color and friends on the U of L campuses. The Tea affords women an opportunity to empower one another by offering networking opportunities and recognizing the UnSung She-ros of the University (Commission on Diversity and Racial Equality (CODRE) & Women's Center)
  • PEACC Take Back the Night - The purpose of the Annual Take Back the Night is to bring together organizations, civic leaders, and individuals of Louisville and Jefferson County to protest violence against women and to promote awareness of the attitudes, beliefs, and behaviors, which perpetuate this specific type of violence.
  • Voting Rights for Women: Past, Present, & Future - A celebration for Women’s Equality Day Honoring the 97th anniversary of the passage of the 19th Amendment, when women won the right to vote with the League of Women Voters Louisville.

  • How-to-Date 101 Workshop with PEACC - Come out to this fun, free, and practical workshop presented by PEACC and the Women's Center. Here you can learn healthy dating tips and styles, how to be a healthy partner, signs of abuse, and what do if you feel unsafe in your relationship.

  • National Voter Registration Day - The UofL Women's Center and AAUW at UofL  is partnering with the Office of Civic Engagement, Leadership & Service on National Voter Registration Day, Tuesday, September 26, 2017.  Stop by the Women's Center table at the Humanities Bldg. Quad, Belknap campus from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. to pick up Voter Registration material including Women's Right to Vote. 

  • SAB Women’s Empowerment Week Keynote Speaker: Kickin’ it With Kathrine - Join us as we celebrate women with Kathrine Switzer. The first registered woman to run in the Boston marathon. A ground-breaking athlete who sent a shockwave across the world and opened the door for women in sports.

  • SAB Women’s Resource Fair and Grill-Off Competition 

  • The Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing 2017 Watch Party - Join us and be empowered by the Keynote speakers of the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing Conference. Sponsored by: Uofl Women’s Center, UofL College of Business, UofL Speed School of Engineering & Humana. 

  • No! The Rape Documentary - The Department's of Women's and Gender Studies, Pan African Studies, The LGBT Center, and The Women's Center at the University of Louisville will be hosting a film screening and talkback of "NO! The Rape Documentary," with the award-winning Black feminist lesbian independent documentary filmmaker, published writer, international lecturer, professor, and activist, Aishah Shahidah Simmons!
  • #WeAreHereUofL - One sticky-note can change the way we talk about sexual assault. Imagine a world free of sexual violence… what does it look like? Answer with #WeAreHereUofL #WeAreHereUSA & #LetsTalk to start the conversation.This movement is sponsored by the U of L Women’s Center, PEACC Center, the Commission of the Status of Women & the Society for the Psychology of Women.
  • CONNECT's I am Me
  • ELT’s Feminine Product Drive for Wayside
  • African American Female Initiative Retreat
  • Go Red for Women - Heart disease is the #1 killer in women in the United States.  Learn more about this and other facts by visiting the Women Center table at the Health Fair co-sponsored by the Black Student Nurses Association (BSNA), U of L Women’s Center and Delta Sigma Theta Sorority.
  • UofL Society of Women Engineers - Code: Debugging the Gender Gap - CODE documentary exposes the dearth of American female and minority software engineersAnd explores the reasons for this gender gap and digital divide. The film highlights breakthrough efforts that are producing more diverse programmers and shows how this critical gap can be closed. CODE asks: what would society gain from having more women and minorities code and how do we get there?
  • Student Parent Association: Suessville - The Student-Parent Association is assisting the Delta Zeta chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. in hosting this event to promote literacy amongst young children. Bring your family and friends to take a stroll through Seussville and experience the joy of reading!
  • Empowering Ladies Together: Black Girl Magic Award Ceremony - A celebration of the evolution of Black women throughout history through performances of songs, dance, poetry and skits. Sponsored by the Empowering Ladies Together (ELT), E.S.S.E.N.C.E. group, CODRE and the U of L Women’s Center.  
  • I’m #Flawless but Society Won’t Let Me Be - A Women's History Month event celebrating women and unpacking conversations of women in the media and reality TV, hair, colorism, and the "angry black woman." All are welcome to come, discuss and celebrate the achievements and progress of women! Lunch provided!
  • MAMA Africa - African Night is an annual event hosted by UofL’s African Student Union to showcase the beauty and diversity of the African continent. This year’s theme is " MAMA AFRICA" to celebrate African pioneer women with the University of Louisville community.
  • “Get Lit With GLOW” Financial Literacy Workshop - FREE seminar on women’s financial literacy! A banker, accountant and investments people will talk about loans, taxes, interest and credit with some info about raising capital, what start up terminology means and basic business plan necessities. (Greater Louisville Outstanding Women (GLOW) & Women's Center)
  • International Center International Luncheon (International Center)
  • Women’s Heritage Month Kick Off – Black Feminism: From the Beginning to the Beyoncéism of Today (Women's Center & Cultural Center)
  • “Beautifully Blended: I am Me. Celebrating the diversity & cultural harmony of multiracial women.” -“What are you?” A look at the identity issues, stereotypes and perception of beauty that mixed women face. (Women's Center & Cultural Center)
  • CEDAW Friendraiser
  • PEACC The Gray Area Series 
  • PEACC Queen of Sheba Series
  • Women Veteran Lunch ‘N Learn Workshops with Athena’s Sisters, a local women veteran organization
  • Women Veteran Lunch ‘N Learn Workshops in conjunction with Women Veteran Rocks!