2017-2018 Sponsored Programs

  • 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. (League of Women Voters)
  • 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. (PEACC)
  • 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. (Engage Lead Serve Board)
  • Women's Empowerment Week (Student Activities Board)

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 

  • LGBT Center Pride Week & Cookouts (LGBT Center)
  • 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.
  • 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. (PEACC)
  • 22nd Annual African American Music Heritage Institute AIN’T I AM WOMAN -The program celebrates the lives and times of four significant African American women.  As presented by the CORE Ensemble, an ensemble that celebrates diversity through chamber music theater.  “Ain’t I a Woman” is a chamber music theatre work for actress and trio (cello, piano & percussion) celebrating the lives and times of ex-slave and fiery abolitionist Sojourner Truth, renowned novelist and anthropologist Zora Neale Hurston, exuberant folk artist Clementine Hunter and fervent civil rights worker Fannie Lou Hamer.  Text is by Kim Hines. The musical score is drawn from the heartfelt spirituals of the Deep South, the urban exuberance of the Jazz Age and concert music by African American composers including Diane Monroe. (UofL School of Music)

  • AKA Skee Week "Wonder Woman

  • Empowerment: Making and Shaping History

    Women in Space Science - Hidden Figures Screening, Women in Space Screening, Sisters of the Sun Screening & Keynote Sophia Mitchell, Aerospace Engineer for NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory