This Week's News
Friday, Apr 17, 2015
Celebrating Diversity Through Culture Competency: A Conversation with Nina Davuluri, 2014 Miss America 3/31
Monday, Mar 23, 2015
Come hear Ms. Davuluri speak about her experiences with the Miss America Pageant, focusing on topics of 'effortless perfection,' women's representation in STEM, and her Celebrating Diversity Through Cultural Competency initiative. Dr. Alexis Andres, Butler College DSL, will moderate.
Saturday, Mar 14, 2015
Come hear about the Rhodes application and experience from four accomplished women over desert. Co-sponsored by the Office of International Programs and PWMP.
Friday, Mar 6, 2015
On February 7th, 2015, members of the program traveled to Barnard College, NYC, to attend the fifth annual Athena Film Festival. Pod member Nadia Diamond, '17, reflects on her experience below.
Saturday, Jan 17, 2015
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.
Wednesday, Dec 17, 2014
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
Sunday, Dec 7, 2014
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
Wednesday, Dec 3, 2014
We are very excited to introduce to you the group of five women who will be carrying the mission of this program forward and taking over the responsibilities of the current Leadership Team.
Please join us as Dr. Newman, Princeton University Trustee Emerita and Professor and Director of Neuro-Opthalmology at Emory Unversity speaks to the joys and challenges of navigating the medical and research fields, academia, and our own university as a woman leader, mother, and proud member of the LGBT community. Dr.
An important and timely conversation for all members of the Princeton community, this event will bring together alumni and student panelists to discuss the current eating club culture as it relates to female members, as well as the ways in which it can improve and evolve. Panelists will include