In addition to our annual events, we also host and cosponsor a series of special events on campus. Recent and ongoing special events include:
Wage Project Workshops that teach women how to negotiate about their salaries. These workshops are offered regularly on campus following the approach of the Wage Project. If you'd like to hear about upcoming workshops, contact us.
Women Take the Reel - A Film Festival Celebrating Women's History Month. This annual film festival is a collaborative effort among Women’s and Gender Studies departments involved in the Graduate Consortium in Women’s Studies (as well as select institutions/universities aligned with its mission) that features films directed by women and about issues relating to gender, race, sexuality, class and/or feminism. Previous showings at Brandeis include Miss Representation, Grrrl Love and Revolution: Riot Girl NYC, Mosquita Y Mari, The Grey Area: Feminism Behind Bars, and this year (2016) we are proud to present The Hunting Ground.
Equal Pay for Equal Work!
Over her professional career, a woman will earn $1 million dollars less than a man simply due to her gender.
Stay informed of the gender wage gap and prepare to learn to #Ask4More in this three part series sponsored by Hiatt Career Center, Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Program, Career Service at IBS, GSAS Career Services, Office of Students and Enrollment and Department of Community Service.
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A Report Card about Women at Brandeis. Released in March 2014, this report card focused on the status of women on campus. It will be updated regularly. Click here to find the supporting data, and here to find our letter to the community.