Women's Center

Announcement    Monday, December 5, 2022
This semester, the Women's Center conducted Bobcats Call Back, an initiative to raise awareness about catcalling on or around campus. The initiative included tabling to disseminate information about catcalling and portrait sessions and interviews with students who have experienced catcalling. Our reflection and takeaways from the initiative, as well as the portraits and interview excerpts, can be viewed here
Announcement    Monday, November 28, 2022
As we move into our 5th annual Women’s Leadership Conference, in a world that seems uncertain, individuals and organizations continue to process this “new normal” we live in and explore future possibilities, it can often feel like we’re being asked to do more with less. What would it look like if instead we flipped this sentiment on its head and considered what we could do, who we could be, what we could achieve, if we focused on prioritizing doing the things that really matter to...
Announcement    Thursday, November 17, 2022
The genesis for the Embodied exhibit came from a photography project in which Georgia College & State University (GCSU) senior Anne Elise Beals and Women’s Center Practicum Student Regan Mitchell invited women who had been catcalled to sit for a portrait and talk about how it impacted them.  Catcalling is the practice of, predominantly, men whistling or yelling gratuitous comments, usually of a sexual nature, at women as they pass by on the street.  Beals, who has been the target of...
Event    Thursday, November 17, 2022
The genesis for the Embodied exhibit came from a photography project in which Georgia College & State University (GCSU) senior Anne Elise Beals and Women’s Center Practicum Student Regan Mitchell invited women who had been catcalled to sit for a portrait and talk about how it impacted them.  Catcalling is the practice of, predominantly, men whistling or yelling gratuitous comments, usually of a sexual nature, at women as they pass by on the street.  Beals, who has been the target of...
Poster image for the Embodied photography exhibit. The exhibit is sponsored by the Women's Center and the Art Department.
Announcement    Monday, November 14, 2022
Check out this week's edition of the Women's Center & LGBTQ+ Programs Weekly Update! Follow this link to view the newsletter online. 
Announcement    Tuesday, November 8, 2022
The Women's Center and the GCSU Art Department invite you to Embodied, a photography exhibition investigating the theme of relationships between language, discourse, and the body. The exhibition will be located in Underwood House and will be open from November 17th to December 2nd. We invite you to join us at the opening reception on November 17th from 6-8 pm. Please RSVP on GC Connect.
Event    Thursday, November 17, 2022
The Women's Center and the GCSU Art Department invite you to Embodied, a photography exhibition investigating the theme of relationships between language, discourse, and the body. The exhibition will be located in Underwood House and will be open from November 17th to December 2nd. We invite you to join us at the opening reception on November 17th from 6-8 pm. Please RSVP on GC Connect.
Announcement    Monday, November 7, 2022
Check out this week's edition of the Women's Center & LGBTQ+ Programs Weekly Update! Follow this link to view the newsletter online. 
Announcement    Friday, November 4, 2022
GC2Y: Sex & Resistance and the GCSU Women’s Center & LGBTQ+ Programs invite you to join us for our event: "Still Fighting: Women in Labor Resistance" on Thursday, November 10, at 5:30 p.m. in Atkinson 107! At this interactive program, we'll introduce the labor movements' key moments and figures, and then continue with a spotlight on women who have and continue to make an impact. We hope to bring attention to the fact women are still fighting against discrimination and for equality...
Event    Thursday, November 10, 2022
GC2Y: Sex & Resistance and the GCSU Women’s Center & LGBTQ+ Programs invite you to join us for our event: "Still Fighting: Women in Labor Resistance" on Thursday, November 10, at 5:30 p.m. in Atkinson 107! At this interactive program, we'll introduce the labor movements' key moments and figures, and then continue with a spotlight on women who have and continue to make an impact. We hope to bring attention to the fact women are still fighting against discrimination and for equality...