On Tuesday, November 28, support the Women’s Guild Endowed Scholarship Fund and make a difference for the next generation of Terriers.
A second-year graduate student shares her thoughts on living in Fisk House, a cooperative residence for BU women graduate students supported by BUWG.
Fellowships & grants for women who are seeking to advance their academic or professional careers, combatting discrimination in the courts, or considering projects to promote education and equity for women and girls.
Dr. Battaglia will share reflections from 25 years of personal and professional experience as a two time cancer survivor and primary care physician scientist at BU/BMC to suggest a path toward equity.
As the future of work continues to evolve, join us for this timely and important discussion on the value and power of professional connections. Event is on Sept 28, 11:45am.
BUWG members might be interested in attending BU’s first-ever student-led Women’s, Gender, & Sexuality Studies Book Fair!
Join us for the WOCC Networking Breakfast Leadership Event on September 6, 2023, at 10 AM, where you can network with other women of color.
Boston University’s Tahlia Bragg, PhD, Postdoctoral Associate with the Department of Neurology, CTE Center of Boston University Chobanian & Avedisian School of Medicine/Boston Medical Center, discusses the importance of Juneteenth.
BU Faculty and Staff of Color Community Network & BUWG Women of Color Circle event on June 15, featuring live music, food, games, and book giveaway.
Program of interest presented by BU Employee Wellness and lead by WOCC committee member Karen Coleman.