The Women’s and Gender Equity Action League is a series of advocacy skills trainings (phone banking, canvassing, lobbying) on contemporary topics such as food insecurity, women and addiction, trans* rights, and access to health care. This program will culminate with a lobby day in Columbus.
Falcon’s Investigating Gender Equity, Resources, and Community Engagement contribute to advancing gender equity for students, staff, faculty, alumni, and community partners across identities by developing professional, research, and community building grants for gender equity projects at BGSU.
Falcon Flock: Mentoring for Social Justice Leadership
Hosted by the CWGE, the Office of Multicultural Affairs, the LGBTQ+ Center, the Non-Traditional Students Office, the Center for Leadership, and the Career Center this program combines a one-to-one mentorship experience with career development and social justice leadership education to inspire and equip students to become stronger, more prepared leaders for social change.
Feminist Friday: Critical Reading Collective
This not your average book club! No previous knowledge or reading is required. Through this community discussion series at BGSU we all work to better understand ourselves and the worlds we occupy. Current discussion topics include: gender, race, ethnicity, class, space, sexuality, art-making, culture, creative practices, relationships, histories, conflict, globalism, family, colonialism, media, aging, work, organizing, reading, politics, writing, activism, and technology, among others.
Faculty Research Series
This lunchtime series advances research on women, gender, and intersecting identities through research presentations of recently published work from BGSU faculty.
Professional Development Series
This series of workshops seek to enhance the professional development of women and gender equity. Annual events include faculty development; Engage: Women in Politics and Civic Leadership; and Start Smart: Salary Negotiation.