Events & Programming
In order to help our community by limiting contact with others and to expand social distancing, all in-person university events and meetings for the remainder of the semester have been canceled. Please visit the Event Cancellations page to view all university events that have been canceled.
While all in-person events for the Spring semester are canceled, there are still opportunities to engage. Check out UNC's Virtual Events and Programs!
We continue to support our campus and encourage you to reach out to our Center for any support that you may need. Engage with us by:
- Emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Visiting our website
- Reading our blogs and articles as they are published at Inside UNC
- Following us on our social media: Facebook, Instagram, Twitter
- Checking the Bear Connect page for virtual events and opportunities
If you would like to connect with someone from our Center or voice any questions/concerns, please contact us at email@example.com.
The CWGE offers educational events and programming all year long to engage women's and gender issues, intersectionality, and feminism. We hope you will join us!
Get to know our center, staff, events, and services!
Join us as we build community by engaging issues and topics surrounding feminism, women's & gender issues, inequity and more. Drop-in to connect over impactful conversations and lunch!
The UNITE Cohort program gives undergraduate and graduate students the opportunity to begin or continue conversations in relation to inclusion across a broad range of identities.
The Annual Conference on Gender Justice and Feminism is an all-day experience designed to explore women’s and gender issues and gender oppression through an intersectional lens.
Take a glance into female and non-binary historical figures who have made an impact in things from art to political activism.
The CWGE recognizes inspiring women students, staff, and faculty, as well as, outstanding mentors of women students, every year.
A week of programming surrounding the topic of disordered eating dedicated to highlighting the support and resources available on UNC's campus.
A global activist movement to end violence against women and girls.
The Journey Conference is an opportunity for young women in Weld County to explore and reflect upon one's own journey, while building resiliency, life skills, and self-efficacy.