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I want to encourage each and every one of us to interrogate how we might be an oppressor, and how we might be able to become liberators for ourselves and each other.

 

—laverne cox

 

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women@princeton.edu

Click here to join our mailing list. You will receive weekly updates on events and opportunities, it’s a great way to stay connected to our office!

 

Our conference room space is available to reserve for meetings, study sessions, and celebrations with priority given to student groups whose gathering is related to the Women's Center mission and vision. The room can hold approximately 12-18 people around the tables and up to 40 folks if rearranged to remove tables and add seating.
It is equipped with a projector/screen, speakers/sound system, and DVD player. Presenters must supply their own VGA adapter if needed.
To reserve, please complete this form.
If you have any questions, please reach out to Jordan Dixon at jd15@princeton.edu or 609-258-5925.

Reserve our Conference Room 


Frist Campus Center, Room 243


The Women*s Center is committed to furthering dialogue, programming and initiatives related to gender equity on campus. If you or your organization is hosting an event related to gender during the academic year, you can apply for funding assistance from the Women*s Center through SAFE! Simply login here and search for us in one of the following categories: Undergraduate Group Event, Graduate Group Event or Undergraduate Independent Projects.
If you have any questions, please reach out to Jordan Dixon at jd15@princeton.edu or 609-258-5925.

Request Funding from the Women*s Center


Association of Black Women, Princeton
 

princeton.edu/pabw

An organization that aims to celebrate, unify and educate the community of black women on the Princeton campus.

E-mail pabw@princeton.edu, or President Christina Onianwa ’18, for more information.


Gender and Policy Network
 


princeton.edu/gpn

The Gender and Policy Network is composed of Princeton University students, faculty and alumni whose experiences, research and careers have convinced them of the salience of gender as a critical variable in the design, evaluation and implementation of policies. Recognizing the significance of gender to public and international affairs, the Gender and Policy Network aims to promote the integration of gender into the curriculum of the Woodrow Wilson School and to promote engagement of these issues in the Princeton University community.

We do so by fostering dialogues and supplementing the curriculum at the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs (WWS) at Princeton University. GPN’s goals are to:
• Expand student learning about gender as a variable in public policies;
• Develop personal and professional contacts for sharing information and guidance among students, staff, faculty, and alumni; and
• Provide a forum for dialogue on contemporary issues about gender and policy.

GPN has hosted discussions and film screenings on topics such as work-life balance, sexual assault, representation of women in media, and other issues at the intersection of gender, sexism, and policy.

Email GPN Co-Chairs vivianc@princeton.edu or myahalom@princeton.edu, for more information.


Princeton Students for Gender Equality

Princeton Students for Gender Equality (PSGE) is an inclusive, intersectional forum for discussions of feminism, gender, sex, and sexuality. In addition to weekly discussions, we spearhead and sponsor projects to promote gender equality and inclusion at the University and beyond. See our recent Princeton Feminists photo campaign at www.princetonfeminists.wordpress.com. We also have an active listserv where members share related articles, campus events, and ideas.

Email Jamie O’Leary for more information.


Princeton for Women in Politics

Princeton for Women in Politics is a bipartisan student group dedicated to gender equality in politics, helping female political candidates + aspiring female student leaders. We encourage all students (of all genders) to become a part of our organization.

E-mail President Helen Zhang ’19, for more information. 


Princeton Women*s Mentorship Program
 


womensmentorship.princeton.edu

Consider joining our partner organization, Princeton Women’s Mentorship Program, as a great way to build community with fellow students and get to know faculty and staff outside of the classroom. PWMP is student-led, and its mission is to empower women to take on leadership positions on campus and beyond.


ReModels

With low rates of persistence in engineering for women, we seek to provide access to the field and to change the perception of engineering for future generations through an applied design experience and vibrant community.

E-mail remodels@princeton.edu, or President Suren Jamiyanaa ’19, for more information.


Smart Women Security

SWS focuses on investment education through instructive seminars, mentoring initiatives, meetings with investors such as Warren Buffett, and provides resources for greater knowledge of the financial markets.

Email sws@princeton.edu, or President Siyu Wu ’18, for more information.


Society of Women Engineers
 


princeton.edu/~swe/
facebook page

Supports women engineers through events focused on mentorship, professional development, and community outreach for current and aspiring students.

E-mail swe@princeton.edu, or President Kathy Fan ’19, for more information.


SpeakOut

SpeakOut is a student run activist organization dedicated to raising awareness about sexual assualt and violence and helping to create a safer environment on our campus.

E-mail speakout@princeton.edu for more information.


Students for Reproductive Justice
 


Facebook page

Princeton Students for Reproductive Justice is dedicated to sex positivity, sexual and reproductive health education, and pro-choice politics.

Email psrj@princeton.edu, or President Jessica S. Quinter ’18, for more information.


Vagina Monologues

More information coming soon!


Women in Business, Princeton

PWIB seeks to empower a vibrant community of imaginative and entrepreneurial Princeton women through business exposure and experience via business-skills workshops, panels, and off-campus company visits.  

Email pwib@princeton.edu, or President Kate Ju ’17, for more information.


Women in Computer Science, Princeton
 


princetonwics.wordpress.com
facebook page

PWiCS serves two main purposes: first, to support and mentor women in the computer science department; and second, to do outreach programs to interest young women in computer science.  

E-mail pwics@princeton.edu, or President Aslesha Parchure ’20, for more information.  


Women in Science Colloquium

The Women in Science Colloquium (WiSC) is a Princeton student group that works to foster discussion between female faculty in science, math, and engineering and students in those disciplines. As of March 2016, we are officially an affiliate chapter of the Scientista Foundation, which is a national organization that empowers pre-professional women in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) through content, communities, and conferences. Overall, our mission is to provide women in STEM with resources, a network of support, and a way to connect with other women in STEM through our events, including monthly dinners and panel discussions with female faculty and study breaks. To stay in the loop with WiSC and to find the dates of our dinners and events, sign up for our listserv: wisc-announce. People looking to get involved can contact us at wisc.pu@gmail.com.


Women’s Political Caucus
 


facebook page

The Princeton University Chapter of the Women's Political Caucus is a political organization that empowers women to take on leadership roles, and encourages political participation by women of all political parties who support an Equal Rights Amendment.

Email puwpc@princeton.edu, or President Jennifer El-Fakir ’18, for more information.


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