Learning to Lead
Founded in 1992 to encourage dialogue on women's and gender issues, advocate for women and promote equality and mutual respect on campus, the Center offers a myriad of opportunities to develop leadership skills.
You could serve on the student-run board that guides the Center's activities. We hold public events regularly. Please join us.
The Pulse of the Alice Drum Women's Center
Claire Potter Professor of History, The New School for Public Engagement This Common Hour talk...Read More
Stager 102 Stahr Auditorium
Leadership -- the ability to persuade others to work together to get things done -- is a quality Andrew Rouse '49 said he looks for in recipients of Rouse Scholarships, a program that began 12 years...Read More
Two leading scholars in the fields of human rights and gendered violence, Elora Chowdhury and Amy Den Ouden, will be on campus Nov. 20 to launch the Alice Drum Women's Center Feminist Dialogue Series.Read More