image

Events

Each year, ANUW strives to provide programming to our members that makes a difference. Many events focus on topics of particular interest to women.

Our events aim to educate members on professional development topics while simultaneously providing a forum to meet professional women from all over campus. Through ANUW programming you can connect, learn, and grow.

Not a member yet? See the full list of ANUW events for this year (and previous years) below, and discover how ANUW can help you fulfill your professional goals. Join ANUW and attend our next event...we're looking forward to meeting you.

Do you have a question, comment or idea for programming?  We want to hear from you!  Contact us at anuw@u.northwestern.edu.

Future ANUW Events

ANUW Presents “Being a Powerful Negotiator” by Alecia Wartowski
March 31, 2015 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
No Location

You are invited! The Association of Northwestern University Women presents:
Being a Powerful Negotiator: How to Know What You Want and Get What You Deserve
Presented by Alecia Wartowski, EdM, JD, Director of Programs, Northwestern University Women’s Center

Come learn about the consequences of the wage gap, fair negotiation practices, and how to benchmark and target compensation packages.

Cookies and lemonade provided. Each workshop is limited to the first 60 RSVPs. The same content will be presented on both campuses. The PowerPoint presentation will be sent to all ANUW members after the event.

This event is for ANUW members. Please RSVP: http://goo.gl/forms/iQNswMpjtv

Alecia Wartowski is the current Director of Program at Northwestern University’s Women’s Center. At the Women’s Center, she focuses on building a culture of equity and inclusion across identity through programming, advocacy and empowerment. She is currently focused on creating racial justice and gender equity through dialogue work and on fostering leadership and negotiation skills for marginalized identities.

Before joining Northwestern, Alecia served as a legal aid attorney in Chicago, providing direct legal services through Cabrini Green Legal Aid and Chicago Volunteer Legal Services. She has also worked as a Program Manager and Director of Programs for youth serving organizations focused on after school and community programs for girls and youth of color.

Alecia received her law degree from the University of Wisconsin, her master’s degree from the Harvard University Graduate School of Education and her undergraduate degree from the University of Michigan.



ANUW Presents “Being a Powerful Negotiator” by Alecia Wartowski
April 2, 2015 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
Evanston
Norris University Center
1999 Campus Drive
Room 202
Evanston, IL60208

You are invited! The Association of Northwestern University Women presents:
Being a Powerful Negotiator: How to Know What You Want and Get What You Deserve
Presented by Alecia Wartowski, EdM, JD, Director of Programs, Northwestern University Women’s Center

Come learn about the consequences of the wage gap, how to benchmark & target compensation packages, and fair negotiation.

Come learn about the consequences of the wage gap, fair negotiation practices, and how to benchmark and target compensation packages.

Cookies and lemonade provided. Each workshop is limited to the first 60 RSVPs. The same content will be presented on both campuses. The PowerPoint presentation will be sent to all ANUW members after the event.

This event is for ANUW members. Please RSVP: http://goo.gl/forms/Kasw3j8q7U

Alecia Wartowski is the current Director of Program at Northwestern University’s Women’s Center. At the Women’s Center, she focuses on building a culture of equity and inclusion across identity through programming, advocacy and empowerment. She is currently focused on creating racial justice and gender equity through dialogue work and on fostering leadership and negotiation skills for marginalized identities.

Before joining Northwestern, Alecia served as a legal aid attorney in Chicago, providing direct legal services through Cabrini Green Legal Aid and Chicago Volunteer Legal Services. She has also worked as a Program Manager and Director of Programs for youth serving organizations focused on after school and community programs for girls and youth of color.

Alecia received her law degree from the University of Wisconsin, her master’s degree from the Harvard University Graduate School of Education and her undergraduate degree from the University of Michigan.



ANUW Mentoring Program: Mentor Brown Bag
April 14, 2015 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Evanston
Rebecca Crown Center
633 Clark Street
Hardin Hall
Evanston, IL60208

Exclusive to ANUW Mentoring program members: a lunch and learn information session


Other NU Events

New Mom's Group
April 20, 2015 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Abbott Hall 710 N. Lake Shore Drive 1400 Chicago, IL
More Details...


New Mom's Group
April 21, 2015 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Women's Center 2000 Sheridan Rd. Evanston, IL
More Details...


Take Our Daughters & Sons to Work Day 2015
April 23, 2015 8:00 AM - 2:00 PM
No Location
More Details...


Affiliated Events

Currently there are no upcoming affiliated events available.

See our archive page for information about past events.

Currently there are no upcoming affiliated events available.

See our archive page for information about past events.