- the dignity of all people,
- the right of every person to participate in free exchange of thoughts and opinions within a climate of civility and mutual respects;
- openness and mutual understanding to learn from the difference in people, ideas and opinions;
- an environment of respect for each individual, even where differences exist, by eliminating prejudice and discrimination through education and interactions with others.
The Staff of the Office of Institutional Diversity and Inclusion is available for anyone who would like to process or talk about the Ferguson Grand Jury decision.
Women's Studies and Resource Center will be closed December 12-January 5, 2015 due to Randall Library temporarily closing its facility:
Randall Library will be closing for structural repairs beginning at 5 p.m. Friday, December 12, 2014. The library will resume normal business hours and operations when the University reopens after the Winter Break on Monday, January 5, 2015 at 8 a.m.
- WGS course offerings Spring 2015
- WSRC 2013-2014 Portfolio
- New Federal Title IX Guidance
- UNCW's Harassment Prevention Policy
- Our Students Highlighted
I am a Feminist Because...
The first “I am a Feminist” Poster Series was proudly hosted by the Women’s Studies Student Association. The poster series is an activist movement meant to combat the negative connotations associated with the word “feminist” and make it more familiar and relatable to audiences through visual evidence. Every school day for the month of November, posters of different UNCW students, faculty and staff went up on bulletin boards in a variety of buildings around campus. See slide show below: