Upcoming Events

Negotiating Work Relationships

Join the final installment of this year's negotation themed workshops for graduate students.  This session we will focus on gendered communication and to successfully navigate your work relationships.

May 21, 12-1pm, Wildcat Room 101B, Norris

Lunch is provided.  Participation is limited to the first 50 people to register.

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Dining with Dynamos

1 female alumnae. 15 students. Eat. Learn. Ask Questions. Be inspired.

How do you find a path that is fulfilling and challenging?  What do success or happiness look like?  How can you learn from those who have walked before you at Northwestern?  Join the Women’s Center for its inaugural year of Dining with Dynamos where we invite one female alumnae to have dinner with 15 female undergraduate students.

This month's Dynamo is Rita Zona.  Rita is a Northwestern graduate and a Principal at Deloitte Consulting. 

May 27, 6-8 pm, Celtic Knot

An RSVP is required for this event.  Email Alecia Wartowski at alecia.wartowski@northwestern.edu to RSVP.

Survival Skills for Graduate Students and Junior Faculty: Humanities Edition

A panel of Northwestern University's tenured faculty women in Humanities will discuss tips on getting through graduate school and how to launch and navigate a successful academic career. 

Panel Members: 

Jeanine Gardner, Professor, Psychology

Martha Biondi, Professor and Chair, African American Studies

Jeannette Colyvas, Professor, SESP

Wednesday, May 14, 12-1pm Women's Center 2000 Sheridan Road, Evanston

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Trouble in Mind, A Night at the Theater

Join the Women's Center and ANUW for a pre-show reception at the Barber Theater and then the Northwestern University Mainstage production of Trouble in Mind. Discount tickets for the show are available for $10 for NU faculty and staff with the code: TICANUW for the May 23 performance.

Friday, May 23, 7pm Pre-show Reception, 8pm Performance

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