For Staff and Faculty
The Women’s Center works very closely with a number of advocacy and affinity groups that are designed to help improve the campus climate for women staff and faculty, including:
Many of our campus colleagues and partners are also working to advance gender equity, including:
- Artemisia Leadership Initiative
- Aurora Center for Advocacy and Education
- Campus Climate
- Center for Women, Gender, and Public Policy
- Center for Women in Medicine and Science
- Department of Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies
- Gender and Sexuality Center for Queer and Trans Life
- Student Parent HELP Center
- Tucker Center for Research on Girls and Women in Sport
- UMN Women in STEMM Collaborative
- Women and Girls of Color Engagement and Research Initiative
- Women's Health Research Program
- Women's Philanthropic Leadership Circle
Publications by Women's Center Staff
- Bethman, B., Cottledge, A., and Bickford, D., editors. (2018).University and College Women’s and Gender Equity Centers: The Changing Landscape. Routledge.
- Dacquisto, E. (2016). A Letter to My Younger Self, a First-Generation Graduate Student. (PDF). Women in Higher Education, 25 (6): 14-15.
- Dacquisto, E. and Hixon, R. (2016). How Will You Make the World Better? Outcome Evaluation of the University of Minnesota Women's Center Scholarship Programs. (PDF).
- Her, M. (2015). A self-care journey as a Hmong American Woman. (PDF). Women in Higher Education, 24 (8): 16-17.
- Goldberg, R. (2015). Exploring Womanhood, Blackness and Intersectionality. (PDF). Women in Higher Education, 24 (6): 14-15.
- Kyei, S. (2014). Women's Underrepresentation in Higher Education in Ghana. (PDF). Women in Higher Education, 23 (7): 18-19. (Used by permission of Women in Higher Education, 2014)
- Oyunbaatar, P. (2014). Helping Mongolian Girls Find the Key to Their Careers. (PDF) Women in Higher Education, 23 (6): 14. (Used by permission of Women in Higher Education, 2014)
- Cottledge, A. & Lonnquist, P. (2013). Women's Centers: Who Needs Them? Minnesota Women's Press (August). Retrieved August 28, 2013 from http://www.womenspress.com/main.asp?SectionID=124&SubSectionID=684&ArticleID=4342.
- Jones, A. (2013). Why I Haven't Given Up on Hip-Hop. The Feminist Wire (April 19). Retrieved July 12, 2013 from http://thefeministwire.com/2013/04/why-i-have-not-given-up-on-hip-hop/.
- Grewe, M. (2012). U of Minnesota Women's Center Involves Male Allies. (PDF) Women in Higher Education, 21(5): 23-24. (Used by permission of Women in Higher Education, 2012)
- Bonebright, D.A., Cottledge, A.D., & Lonnquist, P. (2012). Developing Women Leaders on Campus: A Human Resources-Women's Center Partnership at the University of Minnesota. Advances in Developing Human Resources, 14(1), 79-95.
- Casali, M. (2011). "In Her Own Words: STEP UP! Words for Women's Equity." (PDF) Women in Higher Education.
- Chuang, I. (2010). Asian Women Students' Group: Success Through Mutual Support." (PDF) Women in Higher Education, 19 (7): 19. (Used by permission of Women in Higher Education, 2010)
- Dade, S. (2010). "SistaFriends: A Stepping Stone to Hope and Resilience."On Campus With Women, 39 (2).