Welcome to the Shaw Center
Our Mission: The Anna Howard Shaw Center exists to promote structures and practices that empower women and honor diversity. Read more about our growth: Statement of Confession and Action.
Donations to Shaw Center: When making your donations, remember to specify your donation to the Anna Howard Shaw Center at the bottom of the page. Thank you for your time and contributions! DONATE HERE
We are back!
Fall 2023 Announcements & Events
Welcome back to campus, STH! And an extra warm welcome to our newest students. We’re so glad you’re here! Join the Anna Howard Shaw Center next week as we continue our Lunch Lecture series on Thursday (9/28) at 12:30pm in STH 320. This week’s guest speaker is Cynthia N. Perry. We hope to see you there!
- Join us for our Thursday Lunch Lecture series in STH 320 at 12:30pm. RSVP here by 5:00pm on Tuesday evening to save your spot!
- Save the date for September 28th, the second meeting of the Anna Howard Shaw Center Stress Support Group. The Spiritual Growth and Stress Support Group, sponsored by and held in the Anna Howard Shaw Center, is for all STH students who are interested in self-care and spiritual renewal. This group is intentionally designed for students to share their struggles and support each other in the process of their vocational discernment and academic quest. The group is led by a professional counselor from the Danielsen Institute, as well as Dr. Choi Hee An.
The maximum number of participants for this group is 8-10 members. (First come first serve.) The Stress Support Group will meet on Thursdays in STH 320 from 11:00am-noon, from September 21st to November 30th.
Interested in learning more about the Anna Howard Shaw Center? Check out our Newsletter and 2022 Women in the World Conference!
- Read our Spring 2023 Newsletter, Women in Leadership
- Read our Fall 2022 Newsletter, Women in Leadership
- The theme of our 2022 Women in the World Conference was “Toward a Theology of Cross-Racial Solidarity and Advocacy: Histories, Theologies, and Contributions of Female Leadership.” Watch the live-stream here.
Learn about the Shaw Center from our video celebrating 40 years!