• Join PWMP on Friday, February 20th at 3:00pm in an Alumni Day conversation on Women and the Eating Clubs. This event will feature a panel of alumni members of club graduate boards and student leaders and will be moderated by Lisa Schmucki '74, adviser to the undergraduate and graduate InterClub Council. 
  • Join PWMP in a trip to the Athena Film Festival at Barnard College to watch the film "In the Game', which follows members of an inner-city girls' soccer team to explore the intersectionality of gender, race and class, network with other college students from around the country, and listen to a panel with female filmmakers and directors.
  • For our final meeting this semester, we’d like you to consider self-compassion, which Rachel Simmons argues is the key tool to help us become more resilient individuals who can bounce back from failure. Here are the slides from her workshop.
  • WMP will be holding its annual Intersession retreat again this year from Friday, January 30th to Sunday, February 1st. The retreat is a off-campus, fully paid for getaway designed to create a supportive space for personal reflection and discussion of women's issues on and off Princeton's campus, as we
  • Inspired by the findings of the Steering Committee Report on Undergraduate Women’s Leadership, this panel offered a chance to learn more about the gender disparity in visible leadership positions at Princeton. In this video you will

Weekly Discussion Topics

For our final meeting this semester, we’d like you to consider self-compassion, which Rachel Simmons argues is the key tool to help us become more resilient individuals who can bounce back from failure. Here are the slides from her workshop.
How can we redefine bravery? What are some steps we can take to understand ourselves better? How can we practice self-compassion to become more resilient individuals? Check out these slides from Rachel Simmons' workshop, Braver in 90 Minutes.
This week, we’d like you to read a short, fun article published by The Onion: Woman Launches Into 4-Minute Self-Deprecating Preamble Before Speaking Mind.
Earlier this month, Inside Higher Ed released an article about the lack of female student leaders on college campuses. Currently only thirty-six percent of Princeton’s student senators are women, and the USG has not had a female president in over a decade.
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Upcoming Events

Friday, January 30, 2015 - 11:00am
Location: Chauncey Conference Center
Saturday, February 7, 2015 - 11:00am
Location: Barnard College
Friday, February 20, 2015 - 3:00pm
Location: McCosh 50