Take Back the Night is an annual event to raise awareness of sexual assault. Hosted this year on April 21st, this event aimed to shatter the silence around sexual assault. This event brought students and survivors together for a march around campus and speak out.
That we have today a vibrant and thriving
department of Women and Gender Studies
at UD was largely due to her efforts more
than 40 years ago.“You need to look in the mirror
and know that what you’re doing
is what you should be doing,” says Mae
Riedy Carter. That might seem a simple
philosophy, but it was a challenging one
to live by, especially for someone whose
career was in university
job that required
compromise. Read more about Mae Carter in 2015 Connections.
Our diverse faculty can help guide you in design of an individualized course of study in Women and Gender Studies, Women and Gender Studies in a Global Context, Sexualities and Gender Studies, or Domestic Violence Prevention and Services.
The Women's College of Delaware is celebrating its 100th anniversary; this 1914 photograph of faculty and students is from the Delaware Historical Society.
The most festive day of the academic year is, of course, convocation, and at the end of May we celebrate the accomplishments of a terrific group of seniors. Sign up for a Women and Gender Studies course today! Find out what a degree in Women and Gender Studies can do for you.
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